Audrey Rose Goldfarb obviously has the perfect Portland middle name. She also has a nearly perfect PDX pedigree.

Audrey was born and raised here. Her father, Delmark “Del” Goldfarb, created one the Pacific Northwest’s signature music events, The Waterfront Blues Festival.

Perhaps most importantly — at least for our purposes here — Audrey Rose Goldfarb has a video camera and knows how to use it.



Audrey’s Internet reality series, AUDREALITY, came to our attention via a post on the “Keep Portland Weird” Facebook page (Here’s the history behind our “Keep Portland Weird” motto).

During the past four years, Audrey’s created a fun, edgy, labor-of-love catalogue of unique short YouTube videos. 69 episodes so far, and she’s focused her lens on our city’s most famous (or notorious) events, including: The World Naked Bike Ride, Dizzlepallooza, The Holiday Ale Fest, and The Hippie Chick Half Marathon.

In what’s left of her spare time, Audrey’s writing a book called, not coincidentally, AUDREALITY.

Here’s a look at a true Portland original.
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  1. […] day as my accident, this sweet little interview went online. (You can see the accompanying article here.) Wasn’t in the mood to do much hyping at the time, so here it is […]

  2. […] announcement! AUDREALITY has recently been discovered by the fantastic folks at the Portland Radio Project. And they like me! They REALLY like me. So much so, that I am now a content creator on behalf of […]

  3. […] riding high from my PRP feature (posted earlier that day), on my way home from a glorious evening of pickup kickball at Irving Park, it was dark. […]

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