Tuesday, May 26th 2015
11:30am – 1:00pm
Eastman Toy F. Reid Employee Center
Barberitos Taco Bar!
About the Event:
Please join AAF NETN, Mac Paper’s Blakeley Worley, and Neenah Paper’s Barry Clough to discover how to effectively use paper as a design element in your printed marketing materials. From manufacturing to sustainability to visual aesthetics, paper can be complicated, but its importance is undeniable.
This event will inspire your creativity and help you understand how paper can add value to your design and be an integral piece of the design process. Plus they’re bringing lots of samples!
Free for members, $25 for non-members and $10 for students.
** Please RSVP with Christian (email@example.com) if you plan to attend as a member or non-member **
About the Speakers:
Blakeley Worley is the Sales Representative for Mac Papers in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. She has been with Mac Papers for 8 years, starting out in Specification Sales calling on designers, agencies and end-users, and the latter part working more in depth with printers, wide-format and sign shops, end-users and non-traditional accounts. However, with a passion for printing and an eye for design, paper specification remains rooted deep within. Blakeley has a Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology from Appalachian State University and spent her first few years out of college working for a commercial offset printer in Raleigh, North Carolina. Blakeley will be presenting how paper affects design and print. From manufacturing to sustainability to visual aesthetics, paper is a complicated entity and is often overlooked in the design process. Understanding how paper can add value to your design is the first step, and utilizing the knowledge is next. Mac Papers is the largest supplier of paper and print, packaging, facilities supplies and office products in the South East. For more information, please visit www.macpapers.com.
Barry Clough is a Corporate Accounts Manager at Neenah Paper based out of Charlotte, North Carolina. He has been with Neenah Paper for 19 years and in paper for 25 years. He currently maintains a sales territory in North & South Carolina as well as Northeastern Tennessee. He also works with a lot of Neenah Paper’s large Corporate End Use customers helping develop customized corporate paper programs. Prior to paper, Barry served in account service in the agency business for the former Long, Haymes and Carr (now the Mullen Agency)out of Winston-Salem, NC. Barry has a passion for unique paper and its use in design and print in today’s market. Barry plans to discuss various paper alternatives and how they affect both design and print. From manufacturing to sustainability to visual aesthetics, paper is a complex media that is often overlooked in the design process. Understanding how paper can add value to design as well as the tools available for specification can be invaluable for your next job.