In 2007 I pulled a squeegee covered with thick blue ink over my first shirt in the basement of my house. Two weeks later I was printing my first official order. In the years that have followed, I have printed thousands of shirts for bands, schools, non-profits, family reunions, youth groups, etc. I view screen printing as art.
In 2014, I combined my business with Screen Ink. Several years prior I worked with the owner Screen Ink, and after several discussions, we decided it would be in both our best interests to combine forces to better help Lincoln and their printing/embroidery/vinyl needs.
So…big changes. But with our family now of four kids, timing was perfect, and I love the opportunities that I have at Screen Ink. to work with my favorite pieces of the Lincoln community.