Meet Our Team

Once upon a time, in 2006, we recognised that digital technology would be the future of printing, and so Print Storm was established in Gulgong that very year. Since then we’ve come a long way (all the way to Mudgee!) We now provide our products and services to a customer base from all over Australia.

Print Storm houses a small team of skilled, vibrant, enthusiastic and motivated graphic designers and print experts that work closely with you to deliver awesome results for your business. Whether you’re after a new logo, a whole new brand or a bit of business stationary designed for your office, Print Storm can provide what you want, quickly and cost effectively.

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Paul Cavalier

Managing Director

Paul, or as known to some ‘The Wolf”, is Managing Director and once upon a time wanted to be an astronaut. He hasn’t made it to space yet but he is an entrepreneurial fellow who established Print Storm from the ground up. This is, of course, after setting up his first web design business at the tender age of 12.
But Paul’s achievements don’t stop there. For those of you who don’t know, Paul is Mudgee’s Deputy Mayor, which he became after just one short year of being on council. He also fights fires and trains others to do the same. And he’s got a pilot licence and a thing for Indian food.
Paul could be one of the most down-to-earth guys you’ll ever meet, we put that down to his realism. He once told us that the stars people wish upon are usually dead.

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Todd Dunk

Graphic & Web Designer

Todd’s been struggling with a chocolate addiction his whole life but we like to think his dedication to the Print Storm business is what’s kept him on the straight and narrow.
Print Storm has known Todd since the day dot when it was just him, Paul, a printer and a few reams of paper. He is the main multimedia man behind the curtains, taking on both graphic and web design jobs to impress the bejesus out of clients.
Todd spends his time away from software doing fun things like jet skiing and scuba diving. He has a young daughter who he deems to be “the best kid in the world”, he likes to travel and he once received a Humanitarian Award for saving an old lady from a fire. I know, right.
Oh, and he really hates his girlfriend’s cat.

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Yui Kimura

Design Team Leader

Yui is our Design Team Leader and has a first name as adorable as her childhood dream to one day grow up and become a puppy.
Her quirks followed her into her adulthood where she plays Fantasy Football against her husband and brother in law and takes her cats for walks (because who walks cats, right?). With a knack for making things look good, Yui took a Diploma in Graphic Design and worked as a graphic designer for four years before coming to Print Storm.
But Yui doesn’t just design and create nice things (like the artwork she had displayed at the Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane), she likes to do them too. She tries to spend as much time as she can with her ageing Asian parents, she “goes witnessing” on weekends and she has an ambition to help and support people in need. And it’s worth mentioning that having been born in Japan but raised in Australia, Yui still speaks fluent Japanese.

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Jayne Sivyer

Dispatch Manager

Dedicated mother of three, on top of being a squash devotee, Jayne is our trusty Finishing & Dispatch Manager. Super approachable and always up for a chat, Jayne is a red-wine loving, dark-chocolate eating, delight to be around.
With an abundance of experience in management, her organisational and bookkeeping skills are what help keep the ins and outs of Print Storm on form and on game.
On weekends you’ll find her trying to get away on getaways, mostly going on long walks in the bush, camping under the starts or finding music concerts to chill the heck out at. 
Jayne also uses her positive attitude and sociable people skills to sell health and beauty products as an independent consultant.

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Mick Jarvis

Printing Machinist

On top of being an all-round good bloke, Mick is Print Storm’s resident “Printing Machinist”, who also owns a cockatoo named Cheeky.
But Mickey-J isn’t just a bird-loving printing guru, he’s also an engine enthusiast with a particular interest in 60s/70s Chryslers, which saw him convert an old wreck of a ’69 Valiant Coupe into a pristine head-turning machine.
Qualified as a Tradesman Printer and Forklift Operator, he’s spent a most of his professional life in printing, working as a Guillotine Operator as well as in Offset and Letterpress Printing. All the while managing his work/life balance so he had time to eat quality steaks, drink Jack Daniels, play cricket and proudly raise his son.
Mick reckons he’s too old to include major ambitions in his bio, but one thing he does dream about is the day when he can print full colour in one pass.

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Jessica O’Reilly

Community Manager

With 29 years’ life experience, 10 years marketing experience, 7 years copywriting experience and a new wealth of printing experience, Jess is well positioned to hold the slashy title of Community Manager/in-house copywriter/administration Coordinator. But you can just call her jess.
When jess isn’t enjoying the comforts of a glass of wine, you’ll usually find her looking for stories for her blog on the outskirts of her comfort zone.
She also writes articles for publications like Vice and Huffington Post, and when she isn’t doing any of the above, she’ll be having a nap or day dreaming about world peace.
Jess loves meeting and talking to new people, but most of her affection is split between two dogs that don't even belong to her.
See her blog at comfortisforwimps.com

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Hayley Morrow

Administration

Hayley is Print Storm’s leading lady in Administration. She wanted to be a police officer when she was younger… and look out, crime, because she still does. In the meantime however, Hayley is helping Print Storm grow with her Certificate lll in business and wealth of experience in Admin and running the show in retail.
Although one may think Hayley’s biggest personal achievement is staying away from Coke Zero for a day, she actually says it’s her success in raising a happy child. Between trying to be an awesome mum and playing sport, Hayley tries to spend time with her friends and go on wild adventures of sorts.
Clearly a girl with a soft touch, her ambition is to one day pursue her dream of a career that helps people.