Jeff Coleman, Founder & Principal
Jeff’s primary role at Churchill is to help each member of our family of clients understand the heart and direction of their message. With over 15 years of experience delivering high level and targeted messaging to audiences, he serves at the center of the brand process. Jeff is involved in all facets of message development from web and ad copy to speech writing and narrative development. His approach continually returns to a commitment of telling each story with grace and authenticity.
Donna Ceperich, Director of Client Relations
Donna holds over two decades of experience managing the customer experience and delivering commitments. With a longtime background serving senior-level military and business leaders, Donna is the primary liaison between valued clients and the Churchill creative team for the duration of a project or engagement. Her signature grace and thoughtful, thorough approach to service is a hallmark of every interaction.
Amy Kulling, Director of Operations
Amy is responsible for providing a seamless, professional engagement between the Churchill team and our family of clients. She meticulously oversees the completion and delivery of contract items, protects the accuracy and integrity of billing and supports team presentations and special projects. Amy’s careful attention to each detail of the process frees the design team to fully invest in the creative process.
Brad Blackburn, Creative Director
Brad is an accomplished visual artist providing skilled leadership and creative expertise to the design team. With a career in the creative services industry spanning nearly 20 years, Brad has had the fortune of serving a diverse range of clientele in areas of brand development, web, print, mobile, animation, live action art direction, and production design.
Scott Cole, Senior Designer
Scott joined the Churchill team in 2012, bringing a gifted eye and design instinct that has produced some of our team’s most elegant, engaging brands and successful campaigns. From identity packages and book covers to magazine layouts and infographics, Scott serves all aspects of the design process for our family of clients. Scott is notoriously unwilling to shortcut and compromise good style and messaging for a substandard product. The result is an extraordinary product.
Corey Graham, Design Strategist
As Churchill’s multi-talented digital design strategist, Corey is responsible for interpreting the brand’s messaging and communications goals through vivid, compelling websites and online campaigns. As a developer, designer and video editor, he brings some 15 years of experience helping causes and organizations find their true brand. Corey maintains an intense commitment to delivering the best product possible for each client, while paying constant attention to the user experience.
Drew was wearing trench coats and wild hair in the 80s and reading underground comics from the 60s for long as he can remember. In virtually every environment he’s always enjoyed doing his own thing.
His love for creative things led him to earning a New York state license to cut hair, the future irony of becoming an art school dropout, and eventually going to Bible college to be a “cool” youth pastor. He’d let the license expire, never becoming a youth pastor, but uses his education now making fun art assets for leading national churches like Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church and New Spring.
Drew has had the privilege of working on projects for Nintendo, Xbox, Microsoft, Wizards of the Coast, Waste Management, and more. His humorous cartoon style is well suited for kids’ ministries to mega corporations and everything in between.
In a sentence, this unusually gifted artist is a part-time yoga instructor and full-time illustrator, allowing him to be an avid tattoo collector. This is Drew.