Kelly is a man in constant motion. He balances his time between production management, vendor/employee relations, and customer service. Kelly loves hiking, traveling and making beer. He has been involved with international youth exchange programs for many years.
Taylor is our jack-of-all-trades. Whatever project you need, she will gather all the information and provide you with a quality yet cost-effective solution. When she's not up front helping customers and putting together quotes, you'll find her in Bindery adding the finishing touches to a job, in the Art Department putting together a creative project, or printing a banner on the wide format printer. After work, you'll find her on the disc golf course perfecting her throw.
New Accounts & Client Services
Marie has performed many of the jobs in the shop, including order entry, estimates, making press plates, bindery work, and even operating a press! Usually you'll find her in Production, completing the jobs and and giving each one a quality check before sending it out the door.
Customer Service & Production
Paul has been our lead press operator since 1987. He’s a bit of a perfectionist, making each job he prints a work of art. He is a dedicated cyclist and bikes to work almost everyday. He is also a talented pianist and keeps a piano here in the shop.
Mike is more than your average traveling salesman. His clients span the Puget Sound region. Mike has the print experience to find solutions for any challenging print project. He is a connoisseur of fine wines, and loves taking trips on his Harley.
Puget Sound Sales/Owner
Trish is a skilled graphic designer with a passion for design. Customers benefit from her quality of work and attention to detail. She received her degree from St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY. Her design work has won awards from Graphic Design USA, Inland Press Association, and Washington Press Association. In her spare time, she volunteers with Clallam 2 Fire-Rescue, where she is an EMT.
Misty manages all the Accounts at Olympic Printers. She is a life-long resident and nostalgic fan of downtown Port Angeles, new and old. She is thoroughly excited to be part of a family-owned business that has been in operation for more than 60 years.