We could easily say we’re a group of design aficionados, theater and movie buffs, music enthusiasts, & production gurus. But when we talk about our team we’re really talking about our talent.
Each person at Jackson Creative brings their unique gifts to the table and in doing so, brings a dose of originality & personality to every aspect of the creative process.
A graduate from Lenoir-Rhyne University with a BA in Communications, Mary-Margaret holds a concentration in Electronic Media and Art. Mary-Margaret’s experience has been well rounded in the media field, having worked in Production for PBS – St. Louis, MO on both regional and national programs. She was a part of the Design and Marketing team for international travel publication, WHERE Magazine, in Charleston, SC. Mary-Margaret currently serves as director for all Jackson Creative projects & The MESH.
Chris brings more than 15 years of experience in the field. Graduating with honors from Lenoir-Rhyne College with a BA in Communications, he has worked with groups such as Comcast and Harcourt Health Services located in Philadelphia, PA. Currently, Chris plays an integral role in the production, development and design of video & multimedia projects. Apple Certified in Final Cut Pro and DVD Studio Pro.
Alan, founder of Jackson Creative, serves as a consultant for some of Jackson Creative’s video and multimedia productions with a special emphasis on communications, interaction, and social networking. Alan is also a co-founder of the Footcandle Film Society.
A Statesville, NC native, Andrew is a graduate of Lenoir-Rhyne University with degrees in Sociology and Political Science. Andrew was a small business owner in Hickory for several years and also can be found on the local music scene with his band, ‘Moose and Friends’. Andrew is responsible for all business development and client management for Jackson Creative.
Assistant Project Manager
Abigail is a graduate of the School of Stage and Screen at Western Carolina University with a BFA in Motion Picture Production. Her main focus is in screenwriting and cinematography. Her senior thesis film, Jerry, won the award for Best Student Film at the Asheville Cinema Festival in 2013. Abigail is a local folk artist and musician, and serves as Assistant Project Manager on video and social media projects at Jackson Creative.