Our ethos is in the cross-pollination of ideas, people, and communities. We believe that it's best to be discovered organically.

"Password Marketing"
– anti-marketing that happens through
a process of authentic discovery.

King Saint Germain is a cultural liaison and creative catalyst for brands looking to avoid the pitfalls of brute force advertising.


Our nuanced approach provides a unique introduction to potential customers; via "password marketing" in praxis.


We provide strategic grassroots content to help brands make meaningful connections. These connections are kindred to our clients’ business objectives.

As respected cultural influencers, King Saint Germain has the unique ability to strategically get your brand discovered.

We excavate the subterranean margins to subtly get the word out and make meaningful and authentic connections.

We enlist the casual social mavens who are engaging your potential customers everyday.

Our strength is in the diversity of our team. The talent assembled under our tent is conducive to strategic partnerships, associations and collaborations which provide access and license to cross imaginary boundaries.


Thus we are as comfortable dancing in the margins as we are basking in the glow of the mainstream.


We are your ambassadors to the streets, residing at the intersection where highbrow and lowbrow art, music and popular culture intermingle.


King Saint Germain is a cultural liaison.

Donald King is a creative director, curator, educator, producer, branding/marketing specialist and socio-musicologist with more than 20 years of notable accomplishments. King has extensive expertise in the arts, education and literacy training, including developing and producing large scale, multi-stage festivals and placemaking events. King has been instrumental in creating viable cultural arts institutions, venues, events, and brands in highly competitive markets. He was the founding Executive & Artistic Director of The Providence Black Repertory Company for 13 years. He served as a visiting professor at his alma mater, Brown University where he was selected to join The Center for Slavery & Justice (Black & Red Cluster) via The Providence Cultural Equity Initiative where he serves as Creative Officer.


King resides in Austin, Texas. He is also a managing partner and the Creative Director of King Saint Germain, a boutique marketing & entertainment agency. King was recently appointed Creative Officer of The Providence Cultural Equity Initiative (PCEI) where he helps to facilitate local, regional, national and international cultural exchange initiatives.


King’s facilitation skills, creativity, leadership abilities and engagement practices are sharpened through his work with The Arts Lit Project at Brown University, The Learning Alliance (Moonshot Academy), and his ongoing role as an active alum of Leadership Rhode Island and as a previous LRI Program Co-Chair.