Ron Bauman

Managing Director

In his five years at CRW Graphics, Ron has grown beyond his role as an Account Executive in the sales division. His business development skills coupled with his enthusiasm for using new technologies to communicate ideas and messages made Ron a natural choice to manage CRWconnect.

Fresh out of college in 1999, Ron joined Pomco Graphics Arts, one of the most diverse commercial printing companies in the region at that time. True to his passion for learning new things, Ron absorbed everything there was to know about printing, such as foil stamping and embossing, authentic engraving, a variety of unique binding processes, and of course, offset printing. He was also exposed to creative marketing projects, such as corporate identity, branding, commercial print and direct mail. In addition to his success in sales, Ron’s signature achievement was his management of the development and implementation of a web-enabled online ordering system. Used primarily for stationery items, the online ordering system increased productivity, profit, and helped grow sales

In 2007, Ron joined the CRW Graphics team. He chose CRW because of its ability to assist clients with their communications needs beyond putting ink on paper, creating additional value through custom web-to-print applications, variable data printing (VDP) and direct mail, and now multichannel marketing.

Ron attended York College, where he studied marketing and advertising. He resides in Philadelphia with his wife and three sons, spending his free time coaching, going on Boy Scout camping trips, and performing in the South Philly rock band, The Discount Heroes.

Paul Quinn

Multiplatform Marketing Manager

Paul Quinn is CRWconnect’s Graphic Designer and the driving force behind its print, electronic, and web design projects. He transforms clients’ messages into visually compelling program elements designed for the multichannel marketing environment.

Prior to joining CRWconnect in 2011, Paul served as a design consultant for a major pharmaceutical company, providing concepts for corporate identity branding. He has also led design projects for initiatives of the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and American Express.

Paul’s work has been featured in publications, including South Jersey Magazine and Steven Heller and Lisa Talarico’s book, Design School Confidential: Extraordinary Class Projects From the International Design Schools, Colleges, and Institutes.

Paul is a member of American Institute of Graphic Arts and the Graphic Artists Guild.

Paul holds a Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts from The University of the Arts, where he graduated with honors.

Vince Nocella

Manager of Digital Print Production

It can be said that Vince has ink in his veins, having had his first experience in the printing industry at age ten, when his Dad, a platemaker/stripper, would bring him to work.

As the Manager of Digital Print Production, Vince is critical to the successful production of clients’ marketing materials. Overseeing two departments, Vince ensures the optimal layout, color quality and consistency of print projects that are produced on our digital presses. He also checks links related to the URLs and QR codes, which are included in our print materials, are correct. In addition to his prepress activities, Vince oversees the production of print materials on our state-of-the-art iGen150 digital press to ensure that projects meet clients’ deadlines.

Vince has “worn many hats,” during his 25-year career in the graphic arts industry, such as that of a plate-maker, stripper, scanner operator, desktop operator, as well as the general manager of several graphic arts organizations.

Vince holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Rowan University. In addition to his degree, he has earned several Certificates of Achievement from The University of the Arts, for disciplines including color theory, color scanning, and desktop publishing, as well as Certificates of Achievement from Blue Stone for Unix.


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