Let the adventures begin.


Brooke Clay Taylor

A creative, producer, wife, new mom, and newly knighted breast cancer warrior.



• Hi. I’m Brooke •


I was raised on rural route three out past where the blacktop ends, and now I'm traveling the world as a strategist, producer, and creative for agriculture and food industries. About time I put that master's in international agriculture to good use, am I right?

A transplant by nature – home was first surrounded by soybeans and corn.

Then by the power of the witness relocation program I became accustomed to a life of black cows, wheat pastures and cowboys. White Label, Polo wearin’, smells-like-freshly-cut-hay – cowboys.

While not completely true, that is the story I told my sixth grade class when I didn't have a strong reason for my family's move to Oklahoma.

After 5 years – and two degrees – in Stillwater, America, I packed my gas-guzzling SUV and moved to the thriving metropolis of Oklahoma City, which is where Rural Gone Urban got its start.

After stints in Charlotte, Austin, and Nashville, I’ve found a home base in rural eastern Oklahoma where I live with my wildlife lovin’ husband, new baby girl, a beast of a chocolate lab, and my ranch dog, Molly.


• The Team •


At 8 a.m. on July 22, 2019 biopsy results confirmed I had breast cancer.

At 2:04 p.m. my sweet baby girl, Elsie James, joined the world via c-section so we could march head on into battle with cancer.

We’re just getting started, but we sure could use your prayers, advice, support, and most of all, community.


Rural Gone Urban Consulting

Digital, social, and influencer media for agriculture has never been more difficult. 

Consumers are confused and critics are passionate, and while you’re busy building a brand, team, and culture — tweeting falls to the bottom of your to-do list. We teach companies how to execute digital strategy alongside analog events and traditional media, so your story can grow in the hearts of consumers.


Regardless of timezone, zip code, or area code, dreamers and doers are evoking positive change in their rural communities.

Through relationships, businesses, social media, and Rolodexes - and, yes, even their location - rural influencers are making a tremendous impact - an impact that is not limited to their city limit sign. From health and wellness to policy, and from small businesses to global ventures, the Ruralist is comprised of true change makers who, honestly, would be embarrassed to make the list. (Their grandparents, though, will absolutely press print and hang it on the refrigerator.)


>>> #Kbyecancer has delayed all retreats until further notice. <<<

A retreat for storytellers and content creators

This retreat is ideal for influencers with farm or ranching backgrounds who curate engaging online communities through common off-the-farm interests.

This gathering of individuals who have found a niche influencing the moveable middle and are not solely focused on engaging the choir of agricultural advocates.