Robert Vernon // PresidentRobert Vernon founded Digital Arts Imaging in the basement of his home in 2001. However, that wasn’t his first venture in the print and digital imaging industry. His first company Digital World Images grew to include Digital World Media and Digital World Audio before Robert joined the C2 Media team in 1999. After the many successes of his previous companies, Robert returned to his humble beginnings as leading innovator in the print industry. As the digital world grew, so did the company. Robert added Digital Arts Creative to offer graphic design and marketing services to become a one-stop shop for his loyal clients.
Robert, a Colorado native, attended Colorado Mountain College enjoying skiing, repelling and hiking, then found employment in the print industry before starting his own business. When the opportunity to merge companies he founded to form C2 Media presented itself, he and his family relocated to New Jersey to be closer to the lucrative markets in New York City and Philadelphia. Nestled between the two metropolitan areas, Robert has built a team that shares in his vision for Digital Arts with him lovingly referred to as the fearless leader.
When he’s not at the office, Robert fills his time with many different activities. He serves on various boards in the community. He enjoys music, writing songs, noodling on the keyboard, playing both the electric bass and drums. Robert also enjoys painting, reading and writing. He is the main sheep wrangler and chicken caretaker and llama whisperer on his family’s farmette in Hunterdon County.
Sandra Vernon // Vice PresidentWith over 20 years exposure in the print and now marketing industry, Sandra has partnered with her husband, Robert as the business has grown from its humble beginnings. Formerly the General Manager here at Digital Arts, Sandra now serves the team as Vice President.
Sandra holds a Bachelor of Science in Elementary and Special Education from Lewis-Clark State College and a Masters of Education Arts in Educational Administration from University of Washington. Her education has been put to good use at Digital Arts in analyzing metrics and implementing processes for the company’s efficiency. She also uses her educational background while serving on various boards in Hunterdon County.
At home, Sandra is the mother of three young adult daughters and somehow she’s maintained her sanity. Well, she thinks she’s maintained it. Her hobbies have definitely helped with that. She enjoys dancing, music, reading, the outdoors, gardening, riding horses and time with her two PBGV (Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen) dogs.
Originally from Idaho, Sandra migrated to New Jersey by way of Colorado. Though she misses the West, she now has the pleasure of enjoying Philadelphia and New York City as well as the beauty of this area that is kept secret from Westerners.
Images courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington, and do not depict Digital Arts employees.