Junger built his first website in 1996, in his parents’ basement, on GeoCities.
When he went to college – attending Boston University in the fall of 2001 – there wasn’t a “website builder” track, so he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism (COM ’05).
With an understanding of mass communication, how to ask the right questions, and online storytelling, he worked at Framingham, MA-based EH Publishing, quickly becoming their resident expert on website publishing for consumer and trade publications.
When the opportunity arose to provide website management services to a popular blogger and startup CEO, he turned one client into a business model that developed into Digital Ink.
He lives in Silver Spring, MD with his wife Debbie, children Nili and Asher, and Teddy, their dog.
As the Creative Director for Digital Ink, Forrest is responsible for leading all of our clients’ design initiatives, including all print and digital design needs.
A graduate of the University of Massachusetts in Amherst with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts, Forrest’s work includes digital and print books, infographics, logos, presentations, magazine covers, research reports, art boards, responsive websites and more.
Before joining Digital Ink in 2013, Forrest was a Staff Designer at Social Technologies, a futurist consulting firm purchased by global consulting leader Innovaro, and a freelance print and digital designer.
Director of Marketing and Operations
Sarah-Leah has always had a passion for learning new skills and keeping things organized.
At the University of Maryland, College Park, she studied everything from art to entrepreneurship to website development to the history of dinosaurs. In 2019, she graduated with a B.A. in Studio Art, a minor in Art History, and a second minor from the Smith School of Business in Innovation & Entrepreneurship.
By developing this unique set of tools and insights, Sarah-Leah is able to communicate with clients and help them better define their goals, while simultaneously speaking the language of designers and developers alike, in order to keep everyone on track and ensure they are well supported.
Previously, she was the Director of Communications & Office Manager at a think-tank in Washington, D.C., and now serves as Digital Ink’s Director of Marketing and Operations. Sarah-Leah lives in D.C. with her husband Marc and their numerous plants.
Junior Graphic Designer
Gina’s role as a designer is to translate messages visually.
She is able to interpret the needs of clients by drawing on her experience in a diverse set of fields. After graduating from USC with a BA in Sociology, she explored design while serving various roles in the non-profit sector, developing a passion for branding and digital design.
Since completing a dual degree in print and interactive design, Gina has worked on packaging design, brand development, social graphics, printed flyers/mailers, and logo animation.
She enjoys being part of a collaborative team and engaging in the creative problem-solving process.
The guys at Digital Ink are quick, responsive, super knowledgeable — generally the people who say 'yes' all the time. They dig in and get it done.