Also Known As
- Jonathan Green
|Serious Sam (2004)||(Graphics)|
|SpongeBob SquarePants: SuperSponge (2001)||(Art)|
|Woody Woodpecker Racing (2000)||(Artwork)|
|Asteroids Hyper 64 (1999)||(Original Artists)|
|Scud: Industrial Evolution (1997)||(Artists)|
|Scud: The Disposable Assassin (1997)||(Graphics)|
|Pinocchio (1995)||(Background Artists)|
|Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (1993)||(Artists)|
|Speed Kings (2003)||(Climax London)|
Jonathan Green is both a 2-dimensional (2D) graphics artist and also a 3-dimensional (3D) graphics designer who has worked on with various Web authoring, software game development and developing management skills as well as on over 15 developed and published game console titles and has had over 14 years of working experience in the gaming media and in the video game entertainment industry on creating and designing the graphics for around several multi-platform console games, web design, television productions, printing ads and many other architectural visualizations.
In 1993, Jonathan Green, who is also most commonly or otherwise better known as Jon Green, took up with his first gaming graphics design role at Syrox Developments, Ltd. while working under Dominic Wood and Mark Knowles. After a short period of time on moving up and then working at Virgin Interactive Entertainment, he then went back and rejoined Syrox in 1994, until Syrox was then bought out by Climax Entertainment, Limited in 2001, where he then remained on there and continued on working here until in November 2002.
Last updated: Feb 01, 2016