A 45-year veteran of theatre, film, and video, Mac founded three theatres, including Tennessee’s largest and most successful regional theatre company, the Tennessee Repertory Theatre (The Rep), producing and directing over 65 major theatre productions. After 25 years in theatre, Mac moved into film & video in 2001, bringing the same creative drive and energy into a whole new creative field. He joined forces with David Earnhardt in 2001, and their company, Earnhardt Pirkle, Inc., produced film, video and event productions for a wide variety of non-profit and corporate clients. Winner of and ACE Cable Award, numerous Telly Awards, a Parthenon Award, and a Gold Pen Award, Mac is now the CEO of Creative Communications, LLC, a media production and communications company – “helping people see things differently” – and the President of Southern Stage Productions, Inc., a 30-year old theatre production company whose recent production of The Nutty Professor musical had its pre-Broadway, world premiere in Nashville at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center in the summer of 2012, directed by Jerry Lewis, with music by Marvin Hamlisch, book and lyrics by Rupert Holmes.
Britt has produced branded media for 15 years; working with private clients and non-profits alike to craft meaningful narratives and bring dramatic life to their brand. In 2007, Britt was lead video producer for the $1.3 billion 'Discoveries That Make A Difference' campaign for Weill Cornell Medical College in Manhattan; one of many capital campaigns that he produced multimedia for between 2005 and 2013. In 2007 and 2011 he co-produced two feature-length films. One such film premiered at the Thessaloniki Film Festival and served as an opening for the Special Olympics in Athens, Greece. Awareness campaigns that Britt has produced content for have been broadcast nationally and the music videos he's created for Nashville artists have had long-standing runs on CMT and GAC. To date, a selection of Britt's reel has reached over 1.2 million viewers on YouTube and his work has garnered over a dozen awards by the American Advertising Federation and The Telly Awards for art direction, photography, design and editing.
Glenna comes to Creative Communications with over twenty years combined experience in sales, management, marketing, consulting and training. After five years in consumer pharmaceutical sales with Johnson & Johnson Inc., Glenna transitioned to the home entertainment industry joining Buena Vista Home Entertainment (a division of the Walt Disney Co.) where she served as the Eastern Regional Director of Sales. She participated in blockbuster video releases including: Pulp Fiction, Con Air, Life is Beautiful, The Lion King, and Toy Story. After Disney, she continued in the film and video business on a totally different level with Earnhardt Pirkle, Inc. as Co-Producer of the documentary film, Uncounted, as well as managing projects with many of EP’s non-profit accounts. From 2010-2012, Glenna served as Director of Marketing for Franklin Road Academy in Nashville, as well as serving as their Interim Director of Marketing & Advancement from 2012-2013. Longing to get back to the artistic world of media production and communications, Glenna rejoined forces with Mac Pirkle in 2015 as Project Director for Creative Communications.