Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture
We're here to support Tulsa’s creative industries by developing and connecting resources and promoting Tulsa as a creative hub and cultural destination. Your Tulsa FMAC team is here for filmmakers, musicians, writers, artists, and designers in the Tulsa region.
Meet Your Tulsa FMAC Team
The Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture is a division of Tulsa Regional Tourism, an initiative of the Tulsa Regional Chamber.
Executive Director and Film Commissioner
Meg Gould attended Texas Christian University and graduated with a BA in Radio, Television and Film Production. Her film career began in Los Angeles working on such projects as Godzilla (with Matthew Broderick), the Academy Awards, the World Cup, Garth Brooks’ Red Strokes music video and many other film and television productions as a Production Coordinator, Production Manager and Producer. After moving back to Dallas to work on Walker, Texas Ranger, Meg joined the Dallas Film Commission, a department of Visit Dallas, and was quickly promoted to Assistant Director for over 8 years. A few years after the Dallas Film Commission moved to the Economic Development Department at the City of Dallas, Meg accepted the Senior Tourism Manager position at Visit Dallas. In 2020, the Dallas Film Commission rejoined Visit Dallas as the Dallas Film And Creative Industries Office and she returned as the Assistant Director. In Dallas, she was very involved in industry organizations such as Texas Association of Film Commissions, Dallas Producers Association, Women in Film Dallas, Dallas Film Society, Texas Music Cities, and Texas Media Production Alliance, and is a Certified Film Commissioner of the Association of Film Commissioners International.
Meg was named the Executive Director of the Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts and Culture in January 2023 and is active in the local, state, and national creative community.
Natalie Bowling attended the University of Tulsa and graduated with a BSBA in 'Marketing', a BA in 'Arts, Culture, and Entertainment Management', and a minor in 'Advertising'. While pursuing her degree, she worked in several areas of the music industry before landing an internship with the Tulsa FMAC in the Fall of 2021. Since then, she became the contractor over the Play Tulsa Music funds, which evolved into the title of "Tulsa FMAC Official Contractor" over 2022.
Ultimately, she is a born and raised Tulsan who is excited for the future, and grateful to be a part of this city's story.