Lanny Donoho, President and Creative Director of BigStuf, has been working with kids, producing events, and creating environments for ministry for what seems like 43 years, but probably more like since 1975. Lanny is the brain behind the BigStuf Camps and Conference and has been the emcee/host guy for these as well as Atlanta Fest, DCLA, CHIC, Catalyst Conference, Orange Conference, his kid’s birthday parties, and KidStuf at North Point Community Church. He also does some creative consulting for a bunch of Christian and secular organizations and his mom is really proud of him. In 2006, Lanny founded the 410 Bridge. This non-profit organization is focused on partnering churches in America with churches in Kenya to help meet the specific needs of Kenyans. Since visiting Kenya in 2005, Lanny has had a passion to use the resources on this side of the world to help and equip people on the other side of the world. He wrote this bio himself, and wonders why he typed it all in third person. He also figures that all the stuff in the paragraph really doesn’t mean a whole lot, but that his relationship with God does. He and his talented and creative wife Peggy live in Alpharetta, Georgia, and are presently enjoying the challenge of raising their three sons: Landon, Andrew, and Evan.