Story House Collective Adds Seven To Staff

Matthew West‘s Story House Collective has added seven new members to its rapidly growing team. The multi-faceted company was born out of West’s desire to impact culture by developing the next generation of storytellers, and the new staffers include Mark Drury, Artist and Operations Specialist, Kacie Barnwell, Project Operations Specialist, Sharen King, SHC Strategist, Jeremy Pruis, Video and Creative Design Specialist, Steve Kahler, Tour Manager, Phil Bledsoe, Front of House Engineer & Production Manager, and David Childress, Music Director.

“The raw energy and alignment we are experiencing with this new team is phenomenal,” says SHC Strategist Sharen King, who is also responsible for business vision/development. “Each member is personally committed to our shared purpose and ‘next level’ execution within every aspect of the business.”

“I’m thrilled about this group we’ve assembled,” West adds. “My vision for this company is to equip and inspire others to use creative outlets to tell their stories. Story House Collective will be the ‘hands and feet’ of my music, ministry, and message, as well as the launch pad for the artists, writers, and storytellers of the future, and I have no doubt that this team has what it takes to see it all come to fruition, especially in ways that have never been done before.”

The Story House Collective is committed to extending the message beyond the concert through devotionals, books, video, prayer ministry, curriculum, and more. This year West and the team are prepping an April book launch, a new album due out later this year, and a fall headlining tour. The Collective is also actively developing new artists and creators as well.

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