GREEN CREATIVE GROUP, (GCG) is led by Cheryl Green and headquartered in Riverdale, NY.
• Visuals for digital + print media
• Graphic Design
• Social Media content creation
• Ad design
• Presentation Design + Production
• Retail and Environmental Visuals
• Template Web Design
Cheryl's work is known nationally and internationally. Her freelance career has enabled her to hit the ground running, where she understands her client's needs quickly and on-point. Early in her career, she was encouraged to hone an elegant design aesthetic while working at BRIDE'S magazine and WWD. She worked on the rebrand of Madison Square Garden along with advertising and promotion for the NY Knicks and Rangers. She produced ads and collateral for the Big Apple Circus, The Roundabout Theater, City Center, The Lamb's Theater and The Dance Theater of Harlem while at Nappi Eliran Advertising. She was the off-air advertising art director at NBC Universal for the TODAY Show, The TODAY Show Concert Series, MSNBC and CNBC. She was on the design team for NBC Sports (Olympics) and prior to that, freelanced at Cablevision. Her work for Groupe Clarins and the Clarins Fragrance Group is internationally recognized. Cheryl was the Creative Director and partner of Velvet Rope, an event marketing company. Her work for the PBS Foundation has been received with resounding acclaim and she has helped businesses of all sizes build their brand through effective, best-in-class creative direction, presentation design for conferences and strategic graphic solutions ensuring a clear and consistent brand voice.
When working in the music industry, under the moniker of "Cher G" , Cheryl was commissioned by several artists to design apparel and accessories and painted custom, branded leather jackets for Concrete Marketing that were gifted to Sharon & Ozzy Osborne. When the band Extreme was photographed by Rolling Stone, drummer Paul Geary wore a leather jacket with their #1 album graphics on it painted by Cher G.
Cheryl sat on the Board of Governors of the Nat'l Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NY Emmys®) and sat on the Board of Directors for the Uptown Dance Academy in Harlem, NY. She was also the Creative Director for the event committee of the Harlem School of the Arts' "Art Is Life" gala and fundraiser, featuring Dionne Warwick and Ashford & Simpson.
She is proud of her work as a founding committee member for animal advocates, Thinking Animals ( now, Thinking Animals United ) and is a published fine artist with work in the book, "Michelle Obama’s Impact on African American Women and Girls" by author and advocate, Michelle Duster.