The GRAPHICS PRO editorial advisory board serves to connect readers with industry experts easily. Each board member commits to offering insight and information within their expertise, and GRAPHICS PRO turns to members for accurate and relevant educational information, as well as to answer any technical questions that readers may have.
Cassie Green, the magazine’s executive editor, says, “The editorial advisory board is a way for us at GRAPHICS PRO to ensure we present the most accurate information possible, but also to engage both readers and manufacturers and suppliers in conversation. Our goal is to connect those who know with those who want to know, and the advisory board is just one more way to do so.”
Without further ado, meet the members:
Bob Hagel—Laser Engraving
Bob Hagel and his wife Dana own Eagle’s Mark Awards & Signs, offering a full line of personalized products using laser engraving, sand etching, and full-color UV direct print on products. He’s reachable at [email protected].
Braden Todd is a second-generation engraver and owner of Glassmith2, located in Boulder, Colorado. His expertise ranges from sandcarving and industrial laser cutting/engraving to UV printing. Questions and wholesale inquiries are welcome at [email protected].
Dane Clement—Graphic Design
Dane Clement, president of Great Dane Graphics and vice president of art and creative process for GroupeSTAHL, is well-known for his expertise in computer graphics and color separations. He has authored books on artwork for various applications like vinyl cutting, DTG printing, and white toner printing.
Erich Campbell has more than 18 years of experience as an award-winning digitizer, e-commerce manager, and industry educator. A current educator and long-time contributor to industry trade publications, he takes every opportunity to provide value to the industry.
Kerrie Mallory-Thompson—Digital Printing
Kerrie Mallory-Thompson is MUTOH America’s applications specialist. She has over 25 years of experience in the photography/graphic design/marketing fields and has worked with numerous technologies like lasers, dye-sublimation, dry toner, and digital wide format printers.
Lon Winters—Screen Printing
At 21 years old, Lon Winters started his 30+ year career reclaiming screens. He’s the president and founder of Colorado-based Graphic Elephants, an international consulting firm and apparel decoration studio specializing in screen printing technical advances, plant design, layout, troubleshooting, productivity, quality analysis, and complete apparel decorating solutions.
Matt Charboneau—Sign Design
In 1985, Matt Charboneau started Charboneau Signs in Fort Collins, Colorado (a hand lettering shop), which just recently adopted the new name of Storm Mountain Signs. He is a designer, consultant, and instructor who specializes in monuments, pylon-uments, and all types of electric signage. With the shop’s name change, he also recently launched Sign Design Institute. He’s reachable at
Each member serves a two-year term, and anyone interested in serving in the future can contact Cassie Green, executive editor, at [email protected].