Print has been a passion of mine since I entered the industry. I started out of design school at a magnet manufacturer, who did business out of a *haunted* Kansas City warehouse. I began designing simple layout proofs for customers; we still took black and white mock-ups back then for color separations. Later, buying from large scale printers, setting up press sheets, driving the production schedule, and calibrating software to produce best results on a Heidelberg DI press became my daily work. I enjoy press-proofs and color theory. I tried my hand at printing, screen printing soft-hand tee shirts and apparel. I found I liked being in front of the computer more than elbow deep in Red 032. A discerning eye allows nothing less than the highest quality graphics for the best possible final product, given the print methodology.