President, Creative Director
Green Media Creative, Inc.
About Green Media Creative
Equipped with over 25 years of hands-on experience, Green Media Creative provides talent to a vast array of services. Whether you need a new brand identity, website development, marketing collateral or print advertisements, Green Media Creative will develop a customized solution that is both pleasing to the senses and effective for your business which will ultimately set you apart from your competitors.
Our philosophy is plain and simple: Every client is unique and our work should capture their essence. With this in mind, our approach is based on embracing our clients’ individuality with fresh, innovative solutions.
There are a number of important steps we take with each and every project. Our processes provide structure so that everyone involved can contribute their expertise for the best results. Experience has taught us that following a well-defined process ensures not only the best creative outcome, but also an on-time and on-budget delivery – two things we believe clients are entitled to.
Ed Green – Creative Director
I’ve always had a strong passion for art and graphic design. In fact, I started out working for Honeywell in 1987 as a production artist on a one year contract. I was fortunate enough to continue working for Honeywell for six more years which developed my skills as a graphic designer even further. Through the years, I worked for several Fortune 500 companies including McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Company (now Boeing), Motorola and General Dynamics where I was the senior art director for their Visual Media Communications department.
My real passion though, was to open a creative design firm. That dream came true in 2001 where I started my own creative design agency and never looked back since. I enjoy design challenges which keeps me motivated and my skill set sharp. I also enjoy attending graphic design conferences where I can meet design professionals from all over the world. I am a member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) and I frequently attend the industry leading conference for graphic designers – the HOW Design Conference.