Colette Brooks

founder and Chief Imagination Officer of Big Imagination Group (BIG), a Los Angeles-based integrated marketing firm

founder and Chief Imagination Officer of Big Imagination Group (BIG), a Los Angeles-based integrated marketing firm

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If you live in Malibu you live with the knowledge that your life and home run the risk of fire.

Malibu after the fires: tin roofs, concrete structures and tiny homes?

If you live in Malibu you live with the knowledge that your life and home run the risk of fire.

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Runway at Playa Vista features 217 apartments located over businesses. Photo by Avishay Artsy.   In Los Angeles, if you want to go shopping, you typically have to get in your car.

Living above the store

Runway at Playa Vista features 217 apartments located over businesses. Photo by Avishay Artsy. In Los Angeles, if you want to go shopping, you typically have to get in your car.

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