I began my printing career right out of high school in the fall of 1997. It was then that I also started working towards my degree in Graphic Arts at NH Community Technical College in Laconia where I focused on printing and print science.
My journey at Cummings Printing began in November of 2001. I started off as a press helper and quickly moved into a head pressman position on our Heidelberg sheetfed press. After my first 10 years with the company, which was spent in both the press room and as a machine operator in the bindery, I was promoted to be our Night Shift Plant Manager. After another 4 ½ years there, in the spring of 2016, I was chosen to take over the position of Quality Control Manager. With my experience in many areas of production, I feel I will be a strong addition to oversee our customers’ jobs as they travel through our plant and be sure that they all meet our strict demand for quality. We have a great staff here at Cummings. We all take pride in what we do and quality is always our first priority.
In my free time, I thoroughly enjoy the outdoors. In the winter months, I spend as much time as I can hiking, mountaineering and/or ice climbing, mostly in our great White Mountains. In the summer months, you can find me hiking those same mountains, fly fishing or mountain biking some of the fantastic single-track trails around New Hampshire and Vermont.