With a family business background in printing and an emphasis in Visual Communications at Western Washington University, Joe founded Sun Press Printing and opened the doors in 1978. Expertise, love of the graphic arts and exceptional customer service are the secrets to his long and enjoyable career at the helm.
Phone: 253.872.8268 Ext. 4
Marketing Director • Graphic Designer
Audrey is a graphic designer with a passion for everything design and marketing. She grew up in the printing industry, and graduated from East Carolina University with a degree in Business and Marketing. Audrey works with a variety of clients from concept to completion, designing logos and corporate branding, print materials, marketing collateral, websites, promotions, social media, and advertisements. In her free time, Audrey enjoys spending time with her husband and three dogs.
Phone: 253.872.8268 Ext. 5
Scott began his career in the printing industry in 1975 with a production graphics course. He first learned to run a Multi-Graphics printing press, and has since become a successful pressman running 2-and-4 color offset production presses. Scott has been with Sun Press since 1980, and is a master of maintaining ink consistency, coverage and accuracy. Scott also earns the title of “Sun Press Culinary Chef!”
Bindery Specialist • Shipping/Receiving
Julie starting in printing at the Kent Sun Press location in 2001. As a bindery specialist, she quickly gained a comprehensive understanding of various finishing machines — folding, cutting, binding, laminating, booklet making, etc. In 2001, Julie moved to Utah and worked in a specialty bindery house for six years before returning to Sun Press in 2012. In her free time, Julie enjoys the outdoors and playing with her dog Chase.
Chief Entertainment Officer
This 8 pound Shih-Tzu is the queen of all queens and knows she’s quite the diva. She loves spending her day basking in the morning sun, greeting customers, and finding paper box tops to catch up on her beauty sleep. She’s just about as friendly and cute as a pup can get…just don’t dare to call her a “dog.”