When I was only 10 years old, my mom Diana and her friend Kathy decided to start a silk screening business out of Kathy’s garage. I would spend countless hours watching them print, which would naturally lead to them putting me to work. I cleaned screens, counted and folded shirts, and did whatever I could do to make a couple bucks.
By the time I was in high school, my passion for art and graphic design had developed. That, along with direct access to a screen printer, led me to start my own clothing line. I was selling shirts out of the trunk of my car for years, all while helping others with ideas and production, and helping my mom make my school’s spirit wear.
After graduating, I moved to San Luis Obispo for college and started a business out of my garage with one of my best friends. We sold shirts to local storefronts, which led to further opportunities designing and producing products for others. In 2013, I moved back to Ventura and started my own printing business.
In 2015, I brought in my sister and co-founder, Kayla. Her customer service and administrative background along with her creative input and passion for helping others made her a useful asset to the business. Together, we formed a great duo and founded Pacific Imprints with a passion for art and the mission to provide a quality service and product to our community and others alike. Through the years, we’ve learned a lot about what it means to be part of this industry and the importance of quality. We specialize in screen printing and embroidery but also offer a variety of other services alongside to make this a one-stop shop for all of our valued customers. We stand by our products and guarantee satisfaction.
Co-Founder Pacific Imprints