Helen Greene ’92
By the time she was an eighth-grader, Helen Greene already knew that she wanted to be an artist.
A few years later she packed her bags, leaving her hometown of Green Bay, Wisconsin, and began her studies at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Each class she took allowed her a chance to explore all types of art and media, and as she realized her dream of becoming an artist, she also started a new project: running her own business.
On April 11, 2011, Greenhaus GFX was established. Within a short period of time, it became a top-rate motion graphics company. Centered in Culver City, California, the business was within walking distance to Sony Pictures Studios—Sony quickly became one of their biggest clients.
“Committed to cultivating fresh ideas with the freedom to express multi-dimensional concepts and the willingness to raise expectations,” Greenhaus GFX is an artistic agency with diversity in all aptitudes of ideation, execution, and realization. Their team consists of fine artists and designers, experienced producers, and conceptual thinkers.
Greenhaus GFX’s main business is creating motion graphics for movie advertising, though in recent years they have also spread into visual effects and promotions. Their major clients include Disney, Sony, HBO, Paramount, Warner Bros., Universal, Starz, and Marvel. They have also worked on highly anticipated projects such as Guardians of the Galaxy, Maleficent, 22 Jump Street, Robocop, and Need For Speed as well as HBO’s hit TV series Girls.
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