Simply put, Creative Services makes MPI look good. Or is it *make* MPI look good? I'm normally better at grammar ...
From graphic design to creative campaigns promoting our neverending series of professional conferences, I help lead the creative team at MPI headquarters in developing the visual vibe and soul of MPI's promotional efforts.
What I love about MPI are the people I work with and the continual creative opportunities that MPI (and the ever-changing landscape of the industry) presents.
Or is that *present*?