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Emily Morita

Emily Morita

Emily is a Senior Copywriting Specialist at Fracture. When she’s not traveling — or dreaming of traveling — you can find her reading at the beach. She’s a fan of musicals, talking in the third person, and Oxford commas.

Six women celebrating digital art

This Moment in Art: Lo Harris

Over the years, we’ve noticed an increase in unbelievable art coming through our facility. And we might be a bit biased, but we think that artwork printed onto glass looks amazing. Oftentimes, we’ll share our favorites internally, but we wanted to start sharing them with our Fracture community as well. We’re excited to announce a new monthly series spotlighting artists and their incredible work. Our first artist spotlight features Lo Harris. Lo has been an artist the Fracture team has …

Love In The Time Of Social Distancing: A Wedding On (And Under) The Water

There’s a real power in community. For recent newlyweds Kelsey Swails and Brian Lovering, no sentiment rang truer on their wedding day this past April. As the nation started quarantining and sheltering-in-place, their original venues and vendors started announcing their temporary closures as well. Kelsey and Brian quickly came to the realization that they’d have to postpone their wedding or plan the entire wedding all over again — in just two weeks. Months of planning and preparation were set aside …

The Road To Healing: Update On The Australia Bushfires

Fracture is committed to preserving and protecting our planet. As a carbon-neutral company, we are dedicated to leaving the smallest carbon footprint possible — and we know our Fracture community feels the same. When we announced our partnership with Zoos Victoria for the Bushfire Emergency Wildlife Fund in January, we were thrilled and humbled that donations reached over $10,470 in just two weeks. While we originally planned on matching up to $10,000, we decided to match 100% and cover all the …
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How To Celebrate Your Graduation (Even If You’re Stuck At Home)

While every graduation is a milestone worth celebrating — each one special in its own right — college graduations mark the end of a significant chapter in a graduate’s life. It’s a goodbye to the last vestiges of childhood. For graduates this year, the graduation season may not have been a conventional one, but it is still one that’s been hard-earned. Before you jump into a world of job applications and phone interviews, if you’re able, sit back and enjoy …

The Eyes Of The Frontlines

Now more than ever, we’ve come to lean on human connections. While interacting and communicating with others has gotten a little more challenging recently, it’s still possible — and a necessity. For medical professionals, communication is just one of the ways to connect with patients through their personal protective equipment. PPE isn’t enough to mask smiling faces and a genuine connection with those in need. As all eyes turn to the work going on at the frontlines, one physician assistant …