We make it possible through a concentrated effort on all fronts: state-of-the-art equipment, a dedicated team of experts, and collaborative relationships with our clients and vendors.
From design, printing and custom fabrication to installation and delivery, we strive to flawlessly execute our client’s vision and ensure that what we create helps tell their story.
We aim to be the best when it comes to printed graphics and custom fabrication, but we know we’re only as good as our people. That’s why we’ve assembled a roster of creative, hardworking employees dedicated to serving our clients and taking great pride in their work. In turn, we provide a flexible, trusting environment that allows team members to learn, grow, and work in ways that are best suited to the individual.
We also make sure to get creative with staff celebrations and holiday parties. From our three-day cornhole tournament and annual chili cooking contest, to National Employee Appreciation Day and end-of-year holiday party, we regularly make time for some friendly competition (with prizes!), good food, and good company.
Infinity Images is a welcoming workplace that celebrates and respects the differences that make us a collective of creatives, makers, and doers. We're committed to listening to our employee's voices and actively seek to create an inclusive work community.
Our roots go back to 1954 when Spencer Gross began making topographic maps in a small basement laundry room. Spencer B. Gross, Inc. was established two years later, and George Gross (pictured left) joined his father’s company after graduating from Oregon State with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration. He took a five-year hiatus to serve in the U.S. Army and then went back to school, this time securing a Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering from Portland State. After that, he returned, full-time, to work for Spencer B. Gross, Inc. In 1986, Spencer retired, and George took over the company as owner and CEO.
The business slowly grew to include taking and selling aerial photographs of the Portland-Metro area. In 1999, George purchased our first digital printer and then branched out to realize the full potential of the machine by founding Infinity Images in February 2000. The printing arm of the business soon eclipsed all other work, and George sold the mapping company in 2007. Today we’re proud to remain a family-owned company.