NMY negotiates the best available billboard and transit ad placement to include in a media mix. We do all the work with the many vendors out there, while providing on-target messaging for the digital and static vinyl postings consistent with any campaign.
Master of Design
Megan is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University with a BS in Communication Arts. As Creative Director and Graphic Designer, everything designed for the screen or printer at NMY goes through her. If not laying hands on it herself, she's guiding and overseeing through every step of the process. With high expectations and an eye for perfection, Megan helps ensure that what comes through NMY's doors is of the highest quality.
When not immersed in the world of design, she's writing and illustrating children's books and wrangling her two beautiful kids.
Graham and Paula have early career bonds that started while La Tech students working for the same company in downtown Ruston, graduating in the same quarter, and working their first advertising jobs with the same corporate office in Monroe before reconnecting in 1986. Graham, is also an very active member in the community. He is a past president of the Ad Club of Northeast Louisiana, recipient of the AAF (American Advertising Federation) Silver Medal Award, past member o f the Ruston/Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau Commission, and a current, active member of Temple Baptist Church in Ruston. He is a model car collector, proud father of three, and a master planner of client campaigns.
Adam, the more talented Greene brother (see Jordan Greene), oversees our Video Production department. On top of that, he’s in charge of Business Development. With over 9 years of industry experience, Adam excels in customer service and googling things. Already stated but needs to be reiterated, Adam is the more talented Greene brother. The proof lies in his achievements, some say “over achievements,” like being crowned “Top 20 Under 40” or graduating “Leadership Ouachita” or even his role as Vice President of Communications with the Monroe Chamber of Commerce for the last four years.
But Adam’s most special achievement is his family; wife and two little girls. His bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications/Media Studies from ULM is of no use in a house ruled by girls. But if you ask him, he’ll tell you “he loves it”! And we know he does.