Where It All Began

Client-focused relationships are at the heart of our success.

Bill Hurley, a self-avowed people person, opened Portsmouth Copy and Blueprint at Portsmouth’s Pease International Tradeport in 1998.

Bill believed (and still does) that great customer service—greeting customers by name, individualized attention, and recommending simple ways to improve client projects—is the gold standard for success.

In 2001, Bill expanded the business, opening LifeSize Graphics on Brewery Lane in Portsmouth to handle production of large documents like blueprints, promotional banners, trade show exhibits and other point-of-service materials. Over the next decade, the business continued to grow. In 2005, Bill changed the company name to Infinite Imaging, reflecting printing industry changes caused by rapid technological development in reproduction and digital marketing. The company consolidated its two Portsmouth locations in 2010, opening a 10,000-square-foot flagship location at 933 Islington Street that increased production capacity and includes a graphic design creativity lab, space for wide-format digital presses, a bay for vehicle wraps, decals and appliques and space to inventory and maintain signage.

Over the years, Infinite Imaging has been recognized for business printing excellence, including winning a “Best of Business” award from New Hampshire Business Review for Best Local Printing/Copying Center and being named 2010 Business of the Year by the Greater Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce. Bill, a current member and former president of the Portsmouth Rotary Club, remains committed to the community he serves; the company even installed solar panels last year in an effort to save energy.

Fast forward to 2019, when Bill decided it was time to hang up the loupe and enjoy the spoils of his labors. In October of that year he sold Infinite Imaging to Chris Carrier and Chris Oberg, who added the company to the AlphaGraphics family. Bill can still be seen roaming the halls and is a welcome fixture here, anytime!