The copy camera provides Shri Hans Graphics with its various photographic needs for the production of And It Is Divine and Divine Times. It also produces negatives for the printing operation.
The artistic talents of Ed d'Andrea, Guy Rollins and Karen Livingstone are combined to form the Architecture Department. Their department does designs for various jobs including the remodeling of the Kittredge Building and creating a free form structure to house the bazaar at this year's Guru Pula festival.
Lou Schwartz, Marketing director, leads a staff that oversees Shri Hans Films, Graphics and Photography. Marketing oversees new projects, distribution of mission products, and coordinates premie businesses. Lou works with the financial director to determine the feasibility of new proposals and projects.
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David Passes, head of publications, works closely with members of Shri Hans Graphics who create designs and do layout work for And It Is Divine and Divine Times. Graphics has done considerable commercial work in the past although the recent emphasis for the department has been to do more "in house" or mission work.
Members of the Photography Department are shown here printing photographs for distribution to foreign countries. Besides providing the Divine Times, And It Is Divine and Shri Hans Graphics with their photographic needs, the photo department maintains a professional studio, Shri Hans Aquarian, for work with the public.
Typesetting does work for Divine Times and And It Is Divine on a Varityper 748, affectionately known as "Troll." Besides mission publications, the department handles outside accounts including work for a local weekly newspaper. Tight schedules often keep the typesetting department busy around the clock.
Members of the Transport Department are shown refueling a truck at the mission's own gas station in Denver. The Transport Department oversees the mission's fleet of passenger cars, devises systems for economic fuel purchases and auto maintenance and runs a small trucking operation. Recently Transport has instituted a nationwide "cost accounting" system to determine the efficiency of the fleet.