About Sullivan+Wolf Design
Since 1989, we have been providing a wide range of clientele, small to mid-size businesses in all sorts of industries, high-quality, affordable print and web design. Our company is based on input from our customers, what they need, and how they would like things done. Over the years, we have listened, and adapted our company to suit YOUR needs.
Meet the Owners
Brian is the main driving force behind Sullivan+Wolf Design, LLC.
Brian started working in photography at Miller Studio in Quincy, MA in 1975 performing a variety of duties including photography, B&W and Color photo printing. He went on to manage several pro and amateur photo labs or departments. He authored a course, unique in the Country, for New England School of Photography, at age 25 on Photo Lab Management, and taught other courses there as well. Brian has worked with various professional photographers in the metro Boston, MA area as assistant or second-shooter and was a commercial photographer himself. He also photographed over 500 weddings for various Studios in the Boston area including the famous Bacharach Studios. Managing the lab at Maine Photo Workshop brought him in close touch with many of the World's best photographers of the time, even sharing a home with Ted Orland, Ansel Adam's assistant.
It was his experience as a commercial photographer and lab manager that gave him unique insight to the Marketing and Design industries, seeing all sides of the coin. Brian's up-bringing taught him the virtues of honesty, integrity and fairness. With this, he formed Photographic Solutions in 1989, which was renamed as Sullivan+Wolf Design in 1992.
Donna Sullivan (maiden name is Wolf) also wears a few hats. She is in charge of all accounting, and handles a lot of maintenance work.
Donna's background includes education in illustration, painting, and photography. She has worked in some of New England's largest printers as a pre-flight specialist. Therefore, she not only designs a great deal of the print projects, but, is responsible for pre-flighting every print job.