Cole Sax

Cole’s romance with storytelling began at L.A’s leading motion picture advertising company, InSync Plus. He maneuvered his way through the culture and edited multiple trailers and TV spots for Universal Pictures, and Fox Searchlight to name a few, and was later offered a job at the young age of 19. He then began to expand his portfolio into producing, writing, directing, and editing branded content for companies including Snapchat, Bridgestone, Ford, and more. His work has won him numerous awards such as a Clio Key Art and most recently was hailed as Music Bed’s 2017 Film Initiative. He has constructed college courses on the power of filmmaking at University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business and lead entrepreneurial film expeditions in Costa Rica and South Korea. Now 25 years old, Cole is currently working on a TED talk about the Pursuit of Social change, finishing a six-part series following the world’s most unlikely winter Olympians to the 2018 games, produced in partnership with the Olympic Channel as well focusing his efforts on directing a documentary about unnecessary blindness in the world. Cole is on a mission to empower and inspire individuals through his authentic storytelling to create a more harmonious world.