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Portfolio

Throughout the course of my career, I have worked on a wide range of publications and projects. Below you’ll find a sample of some of the work I have done – but please don’t hesitate to ask for additional samples if you would like to see more of one specific type of work.

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TMFS Brochure Page 1

TMFS Corporation Brochure

A tri-fold brochure with writing, editing and design done by Toni McQuilken. Read more
Long Island Printer Expands Prepress Workflow with ECRM Workmates

Long Island Printer Expands Prepress Workflow with ECRM Workmates

When Long Island’s Prestige Envelope and Lithographic needed to upgrade their prepress department, they were seeking reliablility. On the advice of a trusted plate distributor, they started their search at ECRM. Read more
Graduates on the Go

Graduates on the Go

A decade-by-decade look at the alumni of NYIT. Read more
Campus Profile: Flagler College

Campus Profile: Flagler College

Flagler College, St. Augustine, Fla., has only hosted students for the last 40 years. However, 1968 was not the beginning for this historic location. In fact, the main building, which today hosts residence halls, administrative offices, and the dining hall, was built in 1888 by Henry Morrison Flagler. Read more
Andrew Matthews Wins  NPIRI Technical Achievement Award

Andrew Matthews Wins NPIRI Technical Achievement Award

Andrew Matthews, Co-winner of the 2006 NPIRI Technical Achievement Award, didn’t originally plan to enter the ink business. He was attending school in England where he grew up when, in 1973, his father made him aware of a potential job opportunity. Matthews’ father worked for Purnell & Sons, which owned a subsidiary called Western Ink. Matthews’ father heard of a position in the ink laboratory of Western, and the rest, as they say, is history. Read more
A Gadget Geek's Wish List

A Gadget Geek’s Wish List

It’s that time of year again. The leaves are changing colors, people are loosening their belts, and manufacturers are releasing a flurry of new and exciting toys to play with. It’s not enough to just take pictures anymore—gadget geeks know it’s all about what you do with them afterwards. As a card-carrying member of the GGA (Gadget Geeks Anonymous), I thought I’d share some of the electronic goodies you don’t want to miss as you fill your shelves for the holiday shopping rush. Read more
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