Greg Fisk is a US-based art director specializing in branding, motion, UI/UX, & crafting digital experiences.

He strives to create meaningful and valuable design solutions that leave a positive impact. Greg is an MFA candidate at MICA.

For the past decade, Greg has been making his mark in the dialogue of pushing forward the importance of cultural richness, protecting the environment, and supporting the fundamental growth of humanity through the lens of graphic design.

Greg’s work draws inspiration from experimentation, a thorough process, and technology. His work has been featured on Awwwards, Under Consideration, AIGA, The Atlantic, Type Hike, and Fonts in Use. Greg is also a recipient of the Leslie King Hammond diversity scholarship. When not designing, you can find him at the local rock gym, b-boy practice, or traveling.

Design Experience


Buck, Jan 2020 to Present
Freelance Design & Art Direction, Los Angeles, CA

Creative Theory, February 2015 to Present
Freelance Art Director, Washington, DC

Smithsonian Institution, March 2017 to Present
Freelance Designer-in-Chief (OCEA), Washington, DC

Workhorse, December 2015 to May 2017
Freelance Art Director, Washington, DC

RP3, March 2016 to April 2017
Freelance Art Director, Bethesda, MD

DC Environmental Film Festival, November 2013 to 2016
Freelance Art Director, Washington, DC

Fleishman-Hillard, January 2013 to December 2015
Senior Account Executive, Washington, DC

United Pet Group, March 2012 to January 2013
Package & Product Designer, Blacksburg, VA

Murmur Creative, March 2010 to May 2012
Freelance Designer, Portland, OR


Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Diploma expected 2020
MFA (Graphic Design), Baltimore, MD

Portland State University, Graduated 2011
BS (Graphic Design), Portland, OR

Portland Community College, Graduated 2009
AA (Graphic Design), Portland, OR

Teaching Experience


MICA, Dec 2019 to Present
Flexible Design Studio Graduate Teaching Assistant
Brockett Horne

MICA, Jan 2019 to May 2019
History of Graphic Design Graduate Teaching Assistant
Ellen Lupton & Brockett Horne

MICA, Aug 2018 to Jan 2018
Typography Graduate Teaching Assistant
Anthony Rutka