Jake wants to live in a world where people create things by hand, expand their minds beyond the status-quo and take the time to thank one another for a job well done.
As a printer, Jake has always had a bit of an obsession with the smallest details. Way back in 1995 Jake began making a few Heidelberg presses the cleanest machines around. Soon after, he moved into Pre-press film stripping and gained traditional knowledge of the CMYK print process, followed by stints in bindery and estimating which contribute to Jake’s breadth of knowledge in the commercial print world. Finally in 1998 he made the jump to the digital world and began creating and sending files directly to printers… and suddenly a la Pinocchio – “I’ve got no strings, to hold me down… there are no strings on me!”
Moriah believes it's the little details that make the biggest difference and strong relationships build success.
With a background in project management Moriah enjoys the ever-changing and fast pace of small business ownership. With ten years under her belt she is still a newbie to printing but loves the challenge in learning and perfecting her technique. A jack of all trades in the studio Moriah stretches canvas, finish trims prints, runs the wide format and xerographic printers and manages the day to day operations. But what Moriah is really passionate about is getting to know Evermore's clients and artist friends.
Being a busy business owner only takes a backseat to family. Moriah's favorite and most important job is being a mom to four amazing kiddos.
James has been carrying a camera with him everywhere since 1997. He learned photography on an old Pentax film SLR, eventually embracing digital photography in 2008. James curiosity about the mechanical details of cameras fueled his lifelong research in the art and technique of photography.
James brings this passion and knowledge to his work in fine art reproduction. The unique challenges of digitizing the wide spectrum of art that comes into our studio every day presents the perfect opportunity for technical problem solving and creative thinking.
James’ friends and family are most often his photographic subjects. He can usually be found quietly documenting life’s fleeting moments.
James believes that the best prints are made by using the finest digital files, and is always looking for new ways to combine art and technology to create the finest prints achievable.
Karl says it’s best to assume positive intent, failure is a teacher, and excellence in your craft requires ritual.
He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Photography and Illustration from Boise State University in 2012. Karl’s professional experience has ranged from branding unique startups to telling compelling stories for larger clients through photography. He is also a working visual artist with a focus on community involvement.
His free time is divided between: Dad duties, leveling up his next DnD character, biking to his favorite local brewery, or daydreaming about that next camp adventure.
Dejah believes that art facilitates communication, understanding, and ultimately connection. Art has always been a necessity for her well-being and she values her role at Evermore Prints of helping make artists’ work accessible to the world. She holds a B.A. in Spanish, a certificate in Conflict Management, has participated in various studies abroad, and is currently pursuing a Second Bachelor’s in Fine Art with an emphasis in Drawing and Painting at Boise State University.
Colin finds pride in his work ethic and determination to succeed. His openness to listen and attentiveness to detail is reflected through his work at the shop. He operates various machines and is involved in printing and finishing digital press products.
While completing his degree in Media Arts from Boise State, Colin discovered the importance of photography in an image polluted world. He sees photos not as objective proof of the visible, but an interpretation of reality. Since graduating from Boise State, he continues to practice photography while preparing for graduate studies in visual culture. You can find him on the weekends at a coffee shop developing his next photo project.