Marty Gregg graduated from Colorado State University with a concentration in Graphic Design in 1981. He started working at Weber Design as a Senior designer in 1988 and bought the company in 1996, forming ArtHouse Design.
Marty guides ArtHouse and its clients through a clear, mindful design process that has proven to be effective. From sketches on paper to scale models to full-size installations, he plays a chief role in evolving ideas into results that achieve clients’ goals.
Since the 1990s, ArtHouse Design has been a fixture in the Denver design scene, as well as on the national and international stage. Specialists in designing for and shaping user-friendly, built environments, we lead the experiential graphic design community in design implementation for branding, placemaking, partnering with architects, municipalities, developers and interior designers to improve public spaces.
Looking forward, are you optimistic about the role of graphic design in business and society?
This is a great time to be a designer. People are more aware of design now than any time before. We find ourselves at the table with other leaders on projects where we once were sub consultants. Our clients are always looking towards the future with a plan to make authentic and vibrant spaces that will make cities and communities thrive.
Have the challenges of the past two years changed the way you approach your work?
We are a very collaborative office and have found ways to still work as a team. Our team of all ages brings strong digital skills along with keeping the work relevant and fresh. I have been pleasantly surprised by how quickly our group has mastered the visual presentation. It feels like we did not skit a beat with the business or results of our work.