Frequency, a gathering of creatives, entrepreneurs, and tech people to build culture.

We exist to make Tulsa a place that supports and amplifies homegrown creative talent.

We know that artists and creatives build culture, which is the undercurrent for all progress and economic development. We invest in artists by equipping them with the tools and resources all entrepreneurs need: space for community and collaboration,
access to capital, access to technology, mentorships and professional development, and a network of connections to new opportunities.


  • Creativity means that we believe in the inherent value of music and art and the enrichment that creators bring to their communities.
  • Diversity means we believe in bringing all people together and placing additional emphasis on supporting historically marginalized communities and BIPOC individuals.
  • Authenticity means we believe in honest, open expression of self through creativity.
  • Collaboration means we believe connection is an engine of creation;  and the intersection of creatives across disciplines breeds innovation.  


Chris Davis, Co-Founder of Tulsa Creative Engine & Executive Director

Chris Davis

Co-Founder & Executive Director

Chris Davis is an entrepreneur, community organizer and creative producer from Tulsa. A graduate of Booker T. Washington high school and the University of Oklahoma, Chris has spent most of his career as an independent project manager, communications specialist and strategic consultant for clients in the worlds of music, sports, food and culture. He is an executive producer for ‘Fire in Little Africa’, a multimedia project commemorating the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre including a hip-hop album released in 2021 on Motown Records. He has been a co-organizer of DREAMLAND (formerly World Culture Music Festival) since 2018, and that event has since grown to one of the largest festivals in the region. Chris won the 2016 Tulsa Startup Series for his ice pop business The Pop House, and that has since evolved into a creative agency called POP HOUSE specializing in content production, creative direction and augmented reality.

Bianca Ca


Co-Founder, Deputy Director & Operations

a Co-Founder & Advisor of Small Girls PR - a NY/LA based creative communications agency founded in 2010. As Creative Director of the agency through 2019, she managed programming for the SGPR Brand as well as campaigns for clients like Google, Norma Kamali, Simon & Schuster, GKFF, Verizon, and more.  Bianca is involved in building several initiatives to serve the community of Tulsa including Return to Hope - a nonprofit with a focus on health, wellness, and employment resources for justice-involved women in Tulsa, and Suite Dreams - an experiential Airbnb concept that highlights underrepresented communities.  Bianca holds a certificate in Social Impact Strategy from the University of Pennsylvania.

Bianca Caampued, Co-Founder of Tulsa Creative Engine, Deputy Director & Operations
Tyrance Billingsley II, Co-Founder of Tulsa Creative Engine and Board Chair


Co-Founder, Board Chair

an entrepreneur and community leader and entrepreneurial ecosystem builder with a background in politics. Tyrance is the founder of Black Tech Street- a firm looking to facilitate the creation of Black intergenerational wealth through tech. He is a former Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Advisory board chairman; and former entrepreneurial fellow for the George Kaiser Family Foundation. Tyrance was also an Oklahoma Policy Institute Fellow and is an alumni of Stitch Crew Accelerator and AmeriCorps.


Tyrance Billingsley II, Founder, Black Tech Street (Board Chair)
Miles Dotson, Managing Partner & Founder, Devland
Libby Ediger, Executive Director, Holberton Tulsa
Tomy McDonald, Entertainment Lawyer, Tomy McDonald PLLC
Trey Thaxton, CEO & Creative Director, Goldmill Co.
Kelsey Davis, CEO, CLLCTVE
Blake Ewing, Creative Director, OKPOP
Venita Cooper, Owner, Silhouette Sneakers & Art
Cioré Taylor, Business Consultant, Speaker, Host