Recipient of the Golden Egg Lifetime Achievement award from the Dallas Society of Visual Communications Arthur is a respected member of the creative community in Dallas and a valuable partner to those clients who seek a business approach to their communications. Arthur’s ability to balance his boundless creativity with his business savvy set the foundation for Eisenberg’s long-term success. As the Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Eisenberg Arthur has led his teams to produce award-winning work for over 40 years.
After earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in advertising and graphic design from the University of Texas at Austin in 1970, Arthur completed advanced studies at the prestigious Pratt Institute in New York and studied under Milton Glaser, world-renowned founder of Push Pin Studios. Arthur launched his professional career in Dallas as an art director with Stan Richards, the now legendary Principal of The Richards Group. After six years with Stan, Arthur branched out to form his own creative firm.
Over 40 years later and still going strong Arthur remains as energized and excited about his work as he was the day he started. As much as he loves to teach and share from his wealth of experience, Arthur also gains a lot from the clients and associates he works with, “They keep me young. They excite me. They influence me. They inspire me.”
Liz is responsible for directing account services for Eisenberg, as well as running the Dallas office. She also serves as senior manager on major projects and spearheads Eisenberg’s investor communications and annual report portfolio of business.
With over 30 years of experience in the graphic design industry nationwide, including over 20 years with Eisenberg, Liz has worked with a client base that spans most industries. She began her career in project management at KIDSNET, a nonprofit organization in Washington D.C., specializing in the development of educational curriculum materials for children’s television, including PBS, HBO, CBS and ABC. She then moved into account services at Bremmer & Goris Communications, a design studio in Alexandria, Virginia, while pursuing her MBA from The George Washington University. Having already lived in eight locations, Liz packed up and moved to Dallas to work for Eisenberg.
Arlo brings his years of experience, and unique perspective from growing up in Texas, and living in California to his role as Creative Director for Eisenberg. Arlo graduated from Dallas’ esteemed arts magnet high school, Booker T Washington, and then attended three semesters at UT before moving to California to pursue a career as a professional action sports athlete. Arlo won the first National Inline Skate Series, won a gold medal in the X Games and started an inline skating accessories company, Senate Industries, that earned $13 million at its peak.
After a successful career as an athlete and professional sports commentator, Arlo transitioned into a career of design. Arlo was the Creative Director for Senate Industries, responsible for creating and overseeing all of the graphic design, packaging and marketing materials for the company’s vast product lines. As a freelancer Arlo created celebrated work for top inline manufacturers like Rollerblade, Roces and Salomon.
Eventually, Arlo transitioned into agency life working as an Art Director for Paul Frank Industries (the “monkey” company), and then for Fuse Interactive, a full-service creative agency based in Laguna Beach whose main account was Kawasaki. After over twenty years in California, Arlo’s father, Arthur Eisenberg, the founder and Chief Creative Officer of Eisenberg, pitched the idea of Arlo coming back to Texas — “as long as we’re both in the same industry,” he said — to get into the family business. Arlo and his daughter relocated to Dallas where he now serves as the Creative Director for Eisenberg.
Jay’s personal mantra is, “You never stop being creative.”
With more than 30 years of experience, Jay’s passion is to create visual concepts that communicate at a high level. He is willing to do whatever it takes to tell a compelling brand story and translating that vision into reality. He views every creative challenge with an objective perspective to benefit the whole of the team, company, and client.
There are several archetypes that we might reflect within our business and personal lives, Jay has narrowed it down to three: Explorer. Dreamer. Motivator.
As a creative director, Jay understands where creatives might be on any given day and will take the time to listen, focus, teach and encourage. With his experience in print and digital media, Jay has received numerous awards in both national and regional design and communications.
Outside of the workplace, you’ll find Jay on a mountain bike trail, indoor archery range, racquetball court or with his wife walking “Rico” the fearless Chihuahua.
Ever since 5th grade, Stephanie has gone by her maiden name Woody. Even with her name change, her friends swear they will still call her Woody. A native Texan, Stephanie been doing graphic design for over 12 years since graduating from Texas Christian University. She has worked for the American Airlines inflight magazine, American Way, created campaigns for the American Heart and American Stroke Associations, designed inhouse for the non-profit I Am Secondand has now joined the Eisenberg team asArt Director.
Stephanie is a world traveler and can always find an adventure. She traveled on a year-long mission trip to The Dominican Republic, Haiti, Ireland, Romania, Moldova, Malawi, South Africa, The Philippines, China, Thailand and Malaysia. Her heart is still in Southern Spain where she lived for seven months. If she is not traveling or in front of her iMac, you can most likely find her drinking coffee with a cat in her lap or chasing her daughter around as if it were an Olympic sport.
Steven’s love for print and print production started back in high school when he was mistakenly placed into a print production class. Today Steven manages print and production for Eisenberg. Along the way Steven worked for a small startup company in California, WoodSnap, that specialized in custom printing on wood. Steven oversaw print and production for WoodSnap and played an integral role in growing the company from just four people, at its beginning, to over twenty-five employees with clients like Patagonia, Carnival Cruise Line, 5.11 Tactical and Marvel. Steven is a clear communicator with a penchant for problem-solving and keen attention to detail. He serves as a vital link between Eisenberg and our print vendors, and he makes sure that clients’ projects run smoothly and without errors.
For as long as she can remember Madelyn has loved to learn and create. That’s why graphic design is the perfect career path for her. Madelyn studied at the University of Iowa where she found a passion for visual storytelling. With that passion, she received her BFA in graphic design and moved to Dallas to start her career. Currently, Madelyn is a graphic designer for Eisenberg where she strives to create impactful art that conveys complex ideas in a simple way while standing the test of time.
Outside of Eisenberg, Madelyn loves coffee, playing with her dog, and enjoying her book club.