Creative Services

Mary Elizabeth Davis
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Mary Elizabeth Davis

Director, Creative Services
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Mary Elizabeth Davis joined MP&F in February 2017 as Creative Service Director, which is a new role for the agency. In this role, she works closely with and manages our award-winning Creative Services team to expand the department’s capabilities with a focus on developing new business for the agency.

Prior to joining MP&F, Mary Elizabeth was the Managing Editor at Southern Living magazine where she was responsible for directing brand operations and overseeing the production of editorial content. She has extensive experience working across multiple brand platforms to identify and execute new business opportunities. She has worked with brands such as Swanson, Delta, South Walton, and Thermador.

Mary Elizabeth is a Nashville-native. She attended Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama where she studied Graphic Design and was an active member of the women’s tennis team. She is a classically trained calligrapher, novice-seamstress, and has a weakness for antiques. She lives in West Nashville with her husband, toddler, and golden retriever.

Greg Ellis
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Greg Ellis

Web/Graphic Designer
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Greg Ellis, a Nashville native, joined MP&F in January 2015. He has a bachelor’s degree in graphic art and design from Nossi College of Art. Prior to joining MP&F, he interned for the Nashville Technology Council as an in-house graphic designer. He was in charge of branding the many events the NTC hosts throughout the year, as well as maintaining its website and social media pages. Ellis also has over two years’ experience freelancing for clients including Qualifacts, TriStar, DevDigital and EarthSavers.

Ellis, who is passionate about design and strives to learn new techniques and approaches, has worked on a wide range of projects at MP&F, from branding a national anti-violence campaign for the U.S. Department of Labor’s Job Corps program to building a mobile-responsive website for the Nashville Public Education Foundation.

Brooks Harper
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Brooks Harper

Art Director
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For the past eight years, Harper has worked on a variety of web and print projects for MP&F clients. Harper has over 20 years of experience in print and web design. He has worked on websites for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, The Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee, Ohio Valley Conference and the Nashville Health Care Council which won a 2011 Parthenon Award of Merit. He’s also designed logos, annual reports, brochures, ad campaigns and various collaterals for clients such as the Nashville Health Care Council, Acumen Physician Solutions and AT&T. While at MP&F, Harper received the staff-selected Art Department MVP award in 2009, 2011 and 2013. Harper graduated from Flagler College in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in Graphic Design.

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Marti Molpus

Senior Art Director
Marti Molpus
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Molpus oversees the MP&F design department and coordinates art production, job estimating and print-media buying. In addition, she has designed materials for the U.S. Department of Labor’s Job Corps program, Nashville Electric Service, Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority, Harpeth Hall, Dell, Inc., and numerous health care clients.

She joined MP&F in 1998 and is a former Nashville Banner graphics editor. Prior to that, she worked as a copy editor. Molpus earned a B.S. degree in Communications from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, and served as editor of The Daily Beacon. She is a native of Alcoa, Tenn.

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Ashley Mock

Senior Web/Graphic Designer
Ashley Mock
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Ashley Mock came to MP&F from McGuffin Creative Group in Chicago, Ill. During her five years with McGuffin, Mock designed and developed annual reports, print collateral and advertising, Web materials, and microsites for Cadence Health, BMO Harris Bank, Allstate and Common Threads. An Ohio native, Mock is a 2006 graduate of the University of Evansville with a Bachelor of Science degree in graphic design.

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Megan Willoughby

Senior Web/Graphic Designer
Megan Willoughby
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Willoughby joined MP&F in June 2006. She is a former junior art director with Sony Music Nashville, where she created CD packaging, ads, marketing and promotional materials for country music artists such as Gretchen Wilson, Miranda Lambert, Montgomery Gentry and Patti Loveless. She previously was a Web designer for Allmedia Design Group, where she created sports-related Web sites, including sites for NFL teams. Willoughby, an Alabama native, is a 2003 graduate of Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, Fla.