University of Michigan graduates Brad Greenhill and Steve Gertz formed Stereo in 2004. The company was originally conceived as a means for the two to collaborate on their burgeoning freelance graphic design and web development projects. As their client base grew and demand for larger projects rich in application development mounted, Brad added third partner, Scott Meves, to fill the role of lead application developer. The specialty of Stereo lies is in complete brand communication systems. Stereo has established identities in both print and web environments for many local business such Amvest Properties, Varsity Management, BTB Burrito (formally Big Ten Burrito), and A2 Web Hosting to name a few. More recently, they’ve handled several branding as well as dynamic application solutions for General Motors, Leaflit, Northern Michigan Tourist Association, Remax Realtors, Upper Arlington City Schools, and Lewis Jewelers.
Project Manager and Lead Interface Developer – Brad Greenhill Brad holds a degree in Industrial and Operations Engineering from the University of Michigan College of Engineering. He has over 5 years experience with graphic design, interface design, html, css, flash/actionscript, and project management. Brad co-founded Stereo Interactive with graphic designer Steve Gertz in 2004 after several years of managing a successful music production and graphic design company. He has been a lifelong entrepreneur and is the mastermind behind Stereo’s project management.
Lead Graphic Designer – Brandon Gheen Brandon, a proud alumni of the University of Michigan, has over 9 years experience in graphic design and corporate branding. He co-founded The Royal Magazine, a highly-successful international arts and youth culture magazine and is an active member of the Detroit-based art collective, Fame & Fortress. Brandon is obsessed with creating businesses, reading comics and pre-CGI science-fiction movies.