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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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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
Gen P: The Next Generation of Printers

Gen P: The Next Generation of Printers

"The future of the graphic arts industry." While that term is generally used to refer to such things as the digitization of print, global competition, or value-added services, the real future of the industry is the people. Moreover, the ones who will be running things 10 years from now are those who are graduating from graphic arts programs around the country today. Read more
Print Executive Presses To Become The Next 'Apprentice'

Print Executive Presses To Become The Next ‘Apprentice’

For the first time, a printing industry executive — and a local at that — is among the 18 entrepreneurs hand-picked by Donald Trump to compete for a spot running one of his firms in the fourth season of NBC's hit TV show, "The Apprentice," which premiered on Sept. 22. Read more
New Harry Potter Release Provides an Enchanting Prospect

New Harry Potter Release Provides an Enchanting Prospect

Nowadays you constantly hear doomsday predictions: print is dying; no one reads anymore; the Internet is taking over the world. Yet all those predictions lose credibility when confronted by a geeky-looking wizard whose adventures have enchanted millions. Read more
Digital Mini-Labs: A New Frontier

Digital Mini-Labs: A New Frontier

Photo processing was once the domain of service bureaus and harsh chemicals. Mini-lab technology itself isn’t new. After all, one-hour photo labs have existed for quite some time. But, they still required chemicals and a technician to oversee the process, and almost always required the customer to wait at least 24 hours to see their finished photos. Read more
A Perfect Fit

A Perfect Fit

When Dr. David Tripp of Alberta, Canada, decided to buy a new office for his practice, he found the perfect location — the Pedway. Read more
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