Our iconic work has made an indelible mark on our region, spanning over 30 years. As you look all around our community, we tend to show up everywhere. Morvil has created the marketing and branding of our area’s most respected businesses and organizations…from our state’s aquarium, to our university, to some of your favorite eateries. We cultivate dynamic brands, and we’re excited to discover what we can create for you.

(Here is a look at just some of our clients.)

  • Arboretum
  • Brunswick Forest
  • Cape Fear Commercial
  • Carolinas Oral & Facial Surgery Center
  • Geodynamics
  • Glen Meade Center for Women's Health
  • Greater Wilmington Chamber of Commerce
  • Kleinfeld
  • Liberty Healthcare
  • Longley Supply Company
  • Lumina Station
  • McKim & Creed
  • Medac
  • N2 Publishing
  • NHRMC
  • New Horizons Elementary School
  • North State Gardens
  • Orbita
  • EmergeOrtho
  • Paramounte Engineering
  • Port City Neurosurgery & Spine
  • Pelorus Systems
  • House of Ward
  • Swain & Associates
  • Templeton Olive Oil
  • Thomas Construction Group
  • Wilmington Gastroenterology Associates
  • Woody White Law
  • Wrightsville Beach Landscaping
  • Wendy Wilmot Properties
  • see full list
At Morvil, there are no templates, because every client and every project is unique. Likewise, every member of our eclectic group brings his or her own talents, skills and perspectives to each assignment. The result is a fully realized solution that could not be duplicated elsewhere. It’s a method we’ve honed over three decades, and it has made us who we are today.

Gregory Rosenhan

Digital Designer / UX Designer

Greg graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Advertising. After graduation he worked for FCB Chicago on a team of nearly 100 people. His main client was Cox Communications. He worked on various projects including: web design, email design, digital banner ads, social ads, and CRM programs. He was project lead on several projects including: responsive email design and the cox.com redesign.
Gregory Rosenhan