gregg greenwood, principal designer
guilty of the following:
a. spending 6 years at 550 madison ave. creating sites for sony music artists and overseeing the creative direction of columbia record’s label and artists sites – building award winning sites for bob dylan, bruce springsteen, miles davis, cypress hill, savage garden, destiny’s child and many many more delightful pop-stars and actual musicians. advising on the creative direction and web production for epic records and legacy recordings, sometimes even forced to work with sony classical projects – george gershwin!
b. running like a scared rabbit when sony began to bare its fangs. opened up shop as dataharvest inc., and found work designing and producing websites, music packaging, identity design and print advertising. happy clients include Bowery Presents, Show Cobra, Live Nation, Birdland Jazz Club (fuck yea), Taxter & Spengemann, David Lachapelle, Pepsi, Maitres du Temps, Mara Hoffman, POPTUB, Animal Bikes, watchconcert.com, Sony Music, Hasbro, Columbia Records, Tompkins square records, school of visual arts and a gang of music types including sparklehorse, Nathan Larson, A Camp and Anna Ternheim. favorite project: my hometown little league logo.
c. teaching the young ones design at the school of visual arts for the past 10 years, assisting the university in curriculum development.
d. publishing photography of my favorite musicians (Levon Helm, Broken Social Scene, The Kills, LCD Soundsystem, PJ Harvey, The Flaming Lips, Janes Addiction, The Black Keys, Beastie Boys, Metric, St. Vincent, Primal Scream, Sparklehorse, Spiritualized, Elbow and of course Lee Scratch Perry) in multiple publications and projects including Bowery Presents The Houselist, GQ, paper magazine, the london observer, ny times and numerous websites who enjoy my un-credited content. recently the archives were raided for beastie boys images to be included in alan light’s “skills to pay the bills – the story of the beastie boys.”