Marketing Strategist, Director of Client Service
Jay has successfully directed major marketing and communications programs for a broad range of business entities, from international Fortune 500 companies to emerging, start-up organizations.
Jay co-founded Thomas/Ferrous, Inc. in 2002 and has built the firm’s reputation as a strong strategic and brand-building partner to its clients. His expertise has allowed him to develop valuable initiatives for clients that effectively generate revenue and expand business opportunities.
Prior to co-founding Thomas/Ferrous, Jay was recruited by Levi Strauss & Co. to serve as the company’s first Director of Digital Marketing, where he led the organization into an early leadership position in the use of technology to manage multiple brands, support marketing objectives and launch ecommerce.
Jay developed a strong foundation in marketing and brand building as he ascended the management ranks of top global advertising agencies J. Walter Thompson/Atlanta & Dallas, Ogilvy & Mather/New York and BBDO/Los Angeles.
Jay has served as guest speaker at numerous industry conferences and has been featured in the San Francisco Chronicle, Silicon Valley Business, Forbes, Fast Company and on CNN.
Creative Director, Chief Designer
Trevor has a distinguished record of high-powered design achievement with extensive experience in the areas of identity, branding, advertising, packaging, printed materials and multimedia/website creation.
Trevor co-founded Thomas/Ferrous, Inc. in 2002 and serves as the firm’s Creative Director. Through his exceptional vision and distinct approach to design, Trevor has delivered outstanding creative solutions for Thomas/Ferrous clients.
Trevor’s work history includes senior positions with highly regarded Bay Area design agencies such as Primo Angeli and Axion Design. Trevor has built an impressive portfolio of work, representing a diverse array of Fortune 500 clients that illustrates his expertise and proficiency in the consumer, business-to-business and government sectors.