when passionate people join with a common purpose,
amazing things happen.
Saxon Creative have teamed up with an independent team of senior-level, award-winning strategists and creatives. Our partnerships are grounded in integrity, trust, and business relations that span over 15 years. These highly-trusted individuals direct their own creative businesses and come together on a per-project basis.
Pam tackles business questions, envisions the “big picture”, provides outstanding strategic solutions and directs creative solutions that drive engagement and support her clients in their quest to improve the world we live in.
In her role, she facilitates branding workshops and discovery sessions, collaborates with creative teams and delivers creative results that spell out value. She ensures the companies Saxon Creative work with come alive across a wide spectrum of online and print media, ensuring the final products are grounded in strategic planning, technical know-how and creative excellence.
Pamela Coyle solves word problems. She leverages her writing, interview, storytelling, research and analytical skills to develop content and put it to work. As a journalist, Pam shares in Pulitzer Prizes for public service and deadline reporting for her role on the Hurricane Katrina coverage team at The Times-Picayune in New Orleans. She has been a regular writer for Business Climate, which publishes print and online economic development magazines throughout the U.S.
Clients say what Pam writes sounds like them, only better. They also say they wish they’d called sooner.
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Laurel Black is an award-winning designer who works with us from her studio in the Olympic Foothills, where she “enjoys the best parts of technology and nature.” Since 1992, Her work has received national recognition from entities including the American Graphic design Awards and the American Corporate Identity Awards.
Laurel has been recognized by the US Trademark Office as an expert witness on marketing in the field of corporate identity, brand building, communications and business collateral. In 2014, she provided a client with an analysis of the purpose of their wordmark, which enabled them to prevail against an infringement.
Elvis tells people-centered stories that leave an impression. He is the award-winning writer, director and producer of BEING LINCOLN: MEN WITH HATS, a documentary featured on the Documentary Film Channel and Showtime.
In addition, Elvis won an Addy Award for his mini-documentary for Camp Horizon, a children’s oncology camp. As if that weren’t enough, he has also written, directed and produced PSAs, commercials, music videos, industrials, jumbo-tron promos.
When Elvis isn’t shooting film for causes, he’s writing, producing and directing his own feature-length scripts.
Through video, Eddie King connects the dots through storytelling. Eddie has been an actor, teacher, director, designer, writer and producer in the film and video industry across four decades. Using state of the art technology to help organizations communicate and succeed, he has helped businesses and causes gain exposure, build loyalty, train associates and volunteers, and promote their products and services to both new and established markets and populations.
For Eddie, working with mission-driven companies and organizations is a family tradition, culminating in half a century of service of events and programs his parents inaugurated. Having served on boards from the time he was 18, his nonprofit expertise has extended around the globe, and taken him abroad many times.
Eddie is all about mission. He understands your socially-conscious business, and through video, connects you, your story, and your audience.
Organizational Change Specialist
Jean Wilson has 40 years of experience working for and consulting with the non-profit community — local and national — specializing in providing technical assistance with the evaluation and development of nonprofit agencies, specifically in the area of quality assurance. She has served with the National Urban League as Director of Programs and Consultant, as well as Trident Urban League as Interim CEO and Consultant.
“When I’ve helped organizations understand that building the same attitude of a small business — its delivery of services to its customers, as well as maintaining functional budgets and sustained staffing — is a vital part of their ability to survive and thrive, I feel like I’ve done my job.”