Graphic Portfolio Eric Fletcher Millersville University Applied Engineering, Safety & Technlogy Graphic Communication Option All graphics, photos, and other media in this portfolio are created by Eric Fletcher. Phone: 610-507-9190 Email: Edfletch@millersville.edu
Various Freelance Work These are some of my freelance designs I have made for music artists in the area.
Indesign Layouts These are some various layouts I have created in Indesign for school projects.
Photographic Examples Below are different photos I have taken and edited. Included are panoramic, HDR, infrared and other various photos.
Indesign Layouts This is a brochure I made for a landscaping company
Indesign Layouts This is a brochure I created for the Susquehanna Litho Club.
Annual Club Activities The Board of Directors, divided into committees,
the yearly that reflects current Jim Walsh, founder of the Susquehanna Litho Club, became plans the manager of itinerary Seller Printing Company in 1957 industryexperience topics and was trends. after its purchase by Autocraft Box Company. Jim’s only prior printing in flexography at Topflight Tape Company. The staﬀ at Seller was helpful in explaining the lithographic process to him; however, Jim wanted As a club member, you can participate to learn more.
Susquehanna Litho Club
in up to 8 monthly meetings which include:
He tried to visit other plants but was always refused, until a salesman from Atlantic Paper Company arranged • Annual Golfcompany. Outing that benefits for him to spend a week in Philadelphia at the DuPont plant and at another During thatscholarship week, he met fund with the oﬃcers of the Philadelphia Litho Club and gathered ideas for starting a similar club in the Susquehanna Valley. With their help, he devised a plan to contact all of the•printers in Lancaster and the surrounding areas. Professional Development seminars by Industry Several other suppliers volunteered not only to help prepare theexperts list but such also to support the2005), program. as personally Frank Romano, (April An initial meeting was held in Lancaster, with several more following, and the Susquehanna Litho Club was Howie Fenton (March 2006) formed in 1959 with James Walsh as the first president. • Student Night Tour
Our Vision “Gaining in knowledge through contributing knowledge”
Our Mission • We recognize that our members are the focal point of all that the Susquehanna Litho Club does, and they are the source of the Club’s success.
The Susquehanna Litho Tours Club has a long tradition of • Industry Plant reaching out to the community. In the late 1970s, we initiated •a scholarship through our industry’s independent Presentations provided National Scholarship Trust Fund. The fund was established by Industry experts through a $2,000 anonymous endowment and $3/club member• rollover from theIndustry club’s working capital and Interaction with grew until Peers 1985 when the club awarded the first $500 grant to Mark Snyder, son of Albert Snyder (club president 1989-90).• By the year, we increased the number End of second year Membership Social of awards to two scholarships. We also began a graphics competition for local school students in the 1980s. Your annual dues and monthly participation Acknowledging increased the will help economic support therealities, future of we the Susquehanna individual scholarship amounts to $1,000 in the 1990s. Litho Club, provide Student Scholarships, and
Continuing Education for club members and • To create awareness of our indusindustry peers. In 1997, thetry Susquehanna Litho Club established the Susquehanna Litho Foundation as a vehicle for donations throughout the Five County and administration of scholarships. In 2001, the Susquehanna Litho Foundation kicked oﬀ a $175,000 capital area covered by the Susquehanna campaign toLitho ensure future scholarships and make funds available for grants to train employees in the industry. Club.
Today the•foundation, nearing completion To maintain a culture within theof its $175,000 capaign goal, awards six printing-related scholarships. The club also provides education and fellowship for its members through meetings, golf outings, professional Susquehanna Litho Club that developement, student nights, and a membership social. The club has 216 members as of 2004. promotes continuing education through monthly program events and supports secondary education through scholarship opportunities.
Annual Club Activities The Board of Directors, divided into committees, plans the yearly itinerary that reflects current industry topics and trends.
Susquehanna Litho Club
As a club member, you can participate in up to 8 monthly meetings which include: • Annual Golf Outing that benefits scholarship fund • Professional Developement seminars by Industry experts such as Frank Romano, (April 2005), Howie Fenton (March 2006) • Student Night Tour • Industry Plant Tours
• Presentations provided by Industry experts
“Gaining in knowledge through contributing knowledge”
• Interaction with Industry Peers
• End of year Membership Social Your annual dues and monthly participation will help support the future of the Susquehanna Litho Club, provide Student Scholarships, and continuing education for club members and industry peers.
• We recognize that our members are the focal point of all that the Susquehanna Litho Club does, and they are the source of the Club’s success. • To create awareness of our industry throughout the Five County area covered by the Susquehanna Litho Club. • To maintain a culture winthin the Susquehanna Litho Club that promotes continuing education through monthly program events and supports secondary education through scholarship opportunities.
Susquehanna Litho Club www.slc.org FOUNDED 1958
Indesign Layouts This was a newsletter design that involved using multiple pages and controlling text around pictures.