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Q&A: Michael Mortimer, account executive, RR Donnelley

Michael is a whippersnapper at 25 years old, yet despite that he’s close to notching up a decade in print. He’s also been on the road, moving from Bath to London via Devon to further his career. He started off at Avon Printing Services in Melksham and then moved on to Kingfisher Print in Totnes before taking the opportunity to come to the capital with RR Donnelley.

Q&A: Jonathan Kunac-Tabinor, Carbon Colour

Jonathan is Carbon Colour’s guru when it comes to sales, estimating, and existing client support. He has worked in the printing industry for 23 years, and when not immersed in the world of digital print enjoys cooking, walking, and (particularly this season, we assume) supporting Southampton FC. His major passions, though, are aircraft modelling and military history.

Q&A: Nigel Thorpe Sales executive, Colourprint Norwich

Nigel started in the industry aged just 16 and is still in it 41 years later. And he has plans to be around for a bit longer still. He used to be something of a football player and is now a season ticket holder at the mighty (it says here) Norwich City. He’s married to Tina, with one grown-up son, Leon.

Q&A: Nick Hand, director, The Letterpress Collective

Nick trained as a typographer and says he has loved type, ink and paper ever since. He recently completed an epic cycle ride from Bristol to Mainz in Germany on ‘the printing bike’, carrying an Adana press and all the necessary accessories, including ink and type. Postcards produced en route were sent to people who backed the project on Kickstarter.

60 seconds with Brio Design & Print Management

Managing director Tim Vernon began Brio after winning a contract to design, print and distribute a trade magazine for the direct selling Industry, which resulted in something of a specialism in the requirements of that sector.

Q&A: Darren Lyall, mailing operations manager, GI Solutions

Hats off to Darren who has become the first student to complete the BPIF’s graduate management programme. Apart from a six-week stint doing something dull in another industry, Darren has been in print since he left school in 1987.

Q&A: Francis Atterbury Partner, Hurtwood Press

Francis was, literally, born into the industry. Having swerved a potential career in house sales, he has worked in print for over 35 years and now heads up print and book production consultancy Hurtwood together with wife and business partner Jo Hilton.

Q&A: Jameson Smith, founder and director, Assembly Direct Mail

Jameson, 42, has been in the print business for 24 years. Since 2004 he has built Colchester-based Assembly Direct Mail up to provide a range of services including litho/digital printing and finishing, using a range of kit with the most recent addition to its fleet being a Xerox Nuvera 144 EA.

Q&A: Clive Bramble Sales executive, The Colchester Print Group

Clive has been involved in the print and packaging game for 43 years, and has five more to go. During his time he has held 17 positions in nine different companies. This year he celebrated his 60th birthday and 40th wedding anniversary. He and his ‘long-suffering’ wife have two grown up daughters and four grandchildren.

Q&A: Clive Andrews-Lewis, studio manager, KJB UK

Clive has spent 36 years in print and says it was his vocation right from school, “real man and boy stuff”. Despite the photographic evidence he also says he’s loved all his years in the trade.

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