Greg began drawing at a young age, and began TV binge-watching soon after. So a career in advertising was a matter of when, not if.
For nearly 20 years Greg has been dedicated to entertaining the audience. From writing award-winning TV commercials down to illustrating the storyboards, Greg’s fingerprints are seen throughout the creative process. Greg doesn’t like to be pigeon-holed. It’s not that he hates birds, he just doesn’t like the term. Since graduating from Herron School of Art and Design, Greg’s work has earned many awards including American Advertising Agency’s Best of Show, Logo Lounge, Art Director’s Club, HOW Design Annual, PRINT Design Annual and GRAPHIS.
You may have seen Greg at sporting events and not even known it. He’s been a mascot for multiple sports teams. He eventually gave that up to devote his talents full-time on advertising. Also, he was really getting winded after games and his wife was starting to worry. Still, no one sweats the details like Greg. Together with his wife and four kids, Greg enjoys serving their church and others around them.
“Make it simple. Make it entertaining. Make it home for dinner.”
The night that NBA star Paul George broke his leg during an Olympic game, my son Charlie woke me up around 3am. He said something about ‘Paul George, and being broken’.
I wasn’t sure how he knew since he went to bed hours before Paul broke his leg. So, the next morning I went into his room to ask how he found out. The only thing was – he had no idea Paul broke his leg.
I looked down and saw his framed Paul George autograph had fallen off his wall and broke during the night. He had several autographs on his wall, but the Paul George is the only one that fell and broke. None have fallen since then either.