Art House Dallas Team
Cary Pierce serves as Executive Director of Art House Dallas. He is a musician, performer, writer, producer and winemaker. For the last 27+ years, his band, Jackopierce, has toured the world on 3 continents, in 9 countries and 45 states. He’s had major publishing and record deals with A&M, BMG, EMI, Universal and Warner and his songs have appeared on over 6 million albums. He’s currently signed to Be Music & Entertainment in Nashville. He lives in Dallas with his beautiful wife and three awesome sons.
Marissa Delcambre serves as the Programs Director for Art House Dallas developing events, spiritual resources for visual and performing artists and overseeing the landscape for the Dallas community. Marissa previously worked with developing artists as a Marketing Rep for Sony Music. She has also worked for the Recording Academy planning events for GRAMMY U™ members in North Texas. She graduated from Dallas Baptist University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in the music industry. Marissa is an expert at old arcade games and will easily top your high score in Galaga. She lives in a land far away known as Plano with her husband and three daughters.
Abbey Snow serves as the Digital Marketing Coordinator for Art House Dallas. She graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in Electronic Media and Communications. Abbey began working for a nonprofit law firm in Plano where she managed fundraising campaigns, social media, video & print production and press conferences. After leaving to spend a year in the corporate world, Abbey decided to return to her true passion – marketing for nonprofits. When she’s not working, Abbey volunteers at Watermark Community Church, designs and builds furniture, writes children’s stories and attends comic conventions. She and her husband live in Lewisville with their ferocious cat, Reverie.
Kelsey Kerkhof serves as the Events and Marketing Intern for Art House Dallas, assisting in developing events and resources to increase awareness of the organization and build relationships with local artists. Kelsey is a junior and Hunt Leadership Scholar at Southern Methodist University, majoring in Art History with two minors in English and Studio Art. Seeing that she has an appreciation for a variety of art forms, she spends a great deal of time in SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts and enjoys painting both inside and outside of the classroom. She is also member of Alpha Chi Omega’s Iota Sigma chapter in which she serves as Social Chairman.
Hannah Willis serves as the Web and Design Intern with a focus on improving and maintaining the Art House Dallas website. She is a senior at the University of Mississippi majoring in Integrated Marketing Communications with a minor in Business Administration. She is involved in her sorority Pi Beta Phi serving on their standards board as well as being a recruitment counselor for young women entering into sorority life. Hannah is also a weekly writer for her university’s newspaper The Daily Mississippian. She takes control of the air waves one hour a week as a DJ for the student radio station 92.1 Rebel Radio.
Brad Reeves serves as Chairman of the Board. He previously served as the Executive Vice President of People for Drive Financial Services. Brad was responsible for managing the Drive brand including market research, advertising, public relations and corporate communications. Having successfully grown the business to over 800 associates and a portfolio in excess of $2 billion, he and his partners completed the sale of DFS to Bunco Santander in December of 2006. Brad now is Managing Director of Freedom Truck Finance and also manages BCR Capital, LLC, a family investments firm. Brad lives in Dallas with his wife Holly and their two children, Payton and Cole.
Charlie Peacock and Andi Ashworth are the Co-Founders/Executive Directors of Art House America. Andi Ashworth is a writer (author of Real Love for Real Life: the Art and Work of Caring), gardener, cook, a lover of good books, and the key architect of the nurturing environment so characteristic of Art House hospitality. Charlie Peacock, an authority on Christianity and culture, enjoys an international reputation as an innovative and award-winning musician and author. Both Charlie and Andi have seminary training, Andi having received her MA in Theological Studies from Covenant Seminary in St. Louis, MO. The couple have two grown children, and two grandchildren, who have named them Honey and Papa.
ART HOUSE DALLAS BOARD
Antwon Ray: BCR Capital
Blake Bozman: Partner, Prattco International
Brad Reeves: President, BCR Capital & Director, Art House Creative Council
Jason Kulas: CFO, Santander Consumer USA
Scot Foith: Founder, High Gate Investments
David Naugle: Author and Head of Philosophy at Dallas Baptist University
Jenny Green: Former Executive Director, Art House Dallas
Creede Williams: SVP and General Counsel for Panda Energy International