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Let's tell YOUR story...together.

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Stone Soup Communications builds Fractional CMO and customized marketing/communications consultancy relationships with business owners and management teams, helping  them execute right-sized solutions for their particular situations.


The process begins by immersing ourselves in a client’s space and digesting all we can about their business needs and their vision for their company.


We then work with all stakeholders to build and execute a marketing and communications strategy that will achieve  delineated goals maximizing all available resources.

"Your brand is a story unfolding across all customer touch points." - Jonah Sachs



  • Brand Positioning

  • Message Development

  • Competitive Analysis

  • CMO Advisory Services


  • Marketing Plan Development​

  • Go-To-Market Executions​

  • Thought Leadership Roadmap​

  • Customer Relationship Strategies


  • Brand Imagery Concepting

  • Content Development

  • Presentation Development

  • Collateral Development


  • Public Relations

  • Social Media Management

  • Topic/Article Development

  • Editorial Calendaring

"In real life, strategy is actually very straightforward. You pick a general direction and implement like hell." - Jack Welch


Sample Clients We Have Helped


Audience Discovery Platform for the OTT/Streaming Space


Customized Video Advertising Platform


Full-service Digital Advertising Agency

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Tech Enabled Digital Media Solutions


Video Focused AI/Machine Learning Tech Stack 


A Coalition of Digital Media Consultants

"Storytelling is about two things; it's about character and plot." - George Lucas

My Story

Here's MY Story



Principal & Lead Consultant

Stone Soup Communications, LLC

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The 'Stone Soup' Philosophy

1. To gain support of your audience, you must win their hearts and minds.

​2. The key to winning hearts and minds is to ignite the imagination.

3. The best way to ignite the imagination is to tell an engaging story.

As a 'reformed' attorney turned marketing/communications veteran, I have built a career around digesting complex fact patterns and communicating them inline with the necessities of a particular situation or audience.  


Specifically, I spent 10 years building a world class marketing department for a key player in the digital media space, working to define a continually evolving position in a uniquely fluid industry.
Along the way, I have led teams of
brand & product marketers, creative designers, public relations specialists, event planners, content managers and social media experts - always defining and achieving cross-divisional sales/revenue targets and brand awareness goals.

Stone Soup Communications is the manifestation of my own drive to help companies hone and tell their stories in resource-efficient ways that truly move the needle and deliver results.

"The longest journey begins with a first step."     - Lao Tzu

Let's take the first YOUR step...together

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Stone Soup Communications

468 Bard Avenue

Staten Island, NY 10310

The Power of a Story

While the classic folk story, Stone Soup, has been told in countless variations and across any number of cultures through the years, the essential elements are always the same:

1. A stranger enters a town whose people have become isolated from each other and who are loathe to share their resources with one another, let alone with a passing stranger.

2. Without asking for any assistance, the stranger sets up a huge pot in the middle of town, boils water and drops in one stone.

3. When asked by a curious (and suspicious) town's person, the stranger explains that he is making a 'stone soup' that will be fit for a king and that, while he needs nothing, the town's person is free to join him -- of course, since he will be sharing the wonderful soup, if he has a carrot or two to add...

4. This interaction is repeated many times over, with each new soup eater explaining to yet another potential soup eater the story of the soup fit for a king and how they are free to share in it, if only they add a little something to the pot -- celery, onions, salt, beef, etc...

5. Soon enough, all the town's people have opened up their cupboards (and their hearts), and they are all thrilled to be enjoying this royal meal that came from a simple stone.

"Imagine that! Soup from a stone!"

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