If Greg were asked to brand himself, he’d wrap up his talents as creative director, art director, designer and strategist as simply, “idea guy.”
His diverse clientele surely put that brand to the creative test — Industries include infrastructure like toll roads and energy providers, food services, health services, city and place branding, as well as various institution, education, and high technology companies. Some of the companies that have prospered from his ideas are The Texas State University System, Texas Gas Service, Oklahoma Natural Gas, Quality Seafood, Central Texas Mobility Authority, Bullock Texas History Museum, Wi-Fi Alliance, Cities of San Marcos, Brownsville, Garland and Waco, Texas, JSR Micro, JSR Life Sciences, St. David’s Foundation, and the Capitol Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, just to name a few. Greg has been involved with numerous local, regional and national branding initiatives and is a consistent award-winning idea guy.
He’s done work for a number of pro bono clients as a way to give back to the community using his creative gift. Among the institutions that have turned to him are Leadership Austin, Dick Beardsley Foundation, Art from the Streets, Mothers’ Milk Bank, Austin Museum of Art, United Way Capital Area, and the Texas Special Olympics.
Previous experience includes creative direction and art direction roles at Leo Burnett and TateAustin, as well as many successful years running his own shop, Dandy Idea. Greg likes to focus on the brands and issues that put the smart ideas first.