Jack is a video storyteller with two decades of experience in television and communications. He produces, writes and narrates everything from short web videos to hour-long TV documentaries. His expertise is in videography, screenwriting, editing and communications. Jack’s skills help our clients tell stories that stand out in today’s cluttered media world.
Prior to joining STF, Jack created and produced the award-winning Tulsa History Series, which aired locally and statewide across Oklahoma. He helped uncover long forgotten film clips from the state’s past and used those film fragments to create compelling TV segments and shows. He produced more than a dozen TV documentaries including Tulsa Deco, Tulsa A to Z and The Glenn Pool Story.
In addition to his associate role at STF, he also has his own video firm, Jack Frank Productions, and has produced projects for international clients as well as local nonprofit agencies. Jack was also an assignments manager at KJRH-Tulsa and station manager for OETA (PBS)-Tulsa. With a vast news background, Jack is a key part of STF’s media training and crisis communications programs.
Education: bachelor’s degree in telecommunications and minor in advertising/public relations from the University of Tulsa
Community Involvement: Tulsa Historical Society, board of directors; Salvation Army of Tulsa, board of directors; Tulsa Foundation for Architecture, board of directors; Oklahoma Mental Health Association, “Carnivale” co-chair
Passions: traveling, running, exploring Tulsa history