Having worked in the sign industry for over a decade, working in every area from basic sales and design, to fabrication & eventually heading up an entire printing department, Chris acts as a "Jack of all Trades" when helping clients achieve the perfect solution for their sign & graphic challenges. With the many benefits that come from knowing the ins and outs of the sign making process from start to finish, Chris is uniquely positioned to act as Navigator, helping guide clients through the many twists and turns of a project, beginning from a simple idea sketched on a napkin to installing that final piece of the puzzle that ties an entire job together. When he's not hard at work solving the world's sign & graphic troubles, he enjoys spending time with his wife Tracy, basking in the beauty of the great outdoors or just bumming around the house watching television or listening to music.
Leah is a resident of Mokena and received her undergraduate degree from Loyola University Chicago. She majored in Visual Communications and minored in photography. While attending Loyola, Leah volunteered her photography skills for the Loyola Phoenix, as well as a Chicago sports nonprofit organization. Her work with the foundation was published in the Winnipeg Times. Shortly after graduating, she secured a position with Image360 Mokena. Her creativity and strong work ethic, coupled with her attention to detail, deliver consistent results throughout the design process. Leah's dedication to customer service ensures quality results for all of her clients.
Kate received her undergraduate degree from The Illinois Institute of Art, majoring in Graphic Design. In 2016, during her senior year of college, she joined the Image 360 Mokena team as a Graphic Design Intern. After a few short months, she was brought on full-time as a designer. Kate’s strong work ethic and creative drive ensure her client’s satisfaction throughout the entire design process. Currently a resident of Tinley Park, Kate and her boyfriend live there raising their 1-year-old son.
As a production specialist, Rico takes his position seriously by producing the highest level of detail to ensure customers enjoy the highest level of satisfaction. Baskin’s art career began in Chicago as a self-taught model maker in 1992. His major consists of constructing life-like miniature paper models using original crafting techniques. Baskin’s works have won several awards and he consistently receive nationwide recognition for sharing his creative gift with the general public through his successful traveling art exhibits and workshops titled “Lil’ Thangz”. Baskin quickly moved up the ranks and began making scaled models for major motion pictures, concept design firms and TV ads. In 2003, Baskin switched gears to become a graphic designer. He graduated #1 in his design class at Westwood College and entered the sign business working for Signs Now, Glenwood. When Baskin relocated in 2015, Image360 Mokena became his new haven to construct even more greatness!