Bishop Image Group

Our Story

Bishop Image Group's Milestones

2002

Bishop Taylor Group was founded in 2002 in Chicago, Illinois by Chris Bishop and his partner. They knew there was a better way to provide high-quality signage and graphics for business and were committed to doing just that.

2003-2012

Bishop Taylor Group began to blossom creating signage for nationwide business, such as Whole Foods and Cosmopolitan, and real estate developments like Amli Residential and Emerald.

2013

The company rebranded to be called “Bishop Image Group”, often referred to as Bishop, and Chris Bishop became the CEO. Supporting their mission, this rebrand allowed the company to refocus their growth and align their company goals for the coming years.

2015

Business began to accelerate which led to expanded services, a larger staff, and stronger business relationships with some of the nation’s biggest brands.

2017

Bishop was a key player in many large projects such as a partnership with Live Nation to promote Lady Gaga in the movie “A Star is Born” across the United States.

2019

Bishop moved into a new state-of-the-art facility quadrupling their square footage and opening up the door for endless growth opportunities.

2021

New industry-leading equipment was purchased to support the growing demand for signage of all sizes. This expanded their capabilities and made production more efficien

2022

Bishop Image Group celebrates 20 years of excellence. In honor of this celebration, a new logo was adopted for the duration of the year.

Why Bishop Image Group?

At Bishop Image Group, we’ve partnered with diverse businesses and organizations to deliver powerful signage and graphics. Get started today and discover how we can elevate your brand and enhance your customer experience.

Leadership Team

Chris Bishop

Founder/President

What do you do at Bishop?

Everything. I work with clients. I manage our core and extended team. I plan for growth, making sure we have the right technologies and processes in place to meet our clients’ needs today and tomorrow.

What does being fearless really mean to you?

It means finding a way to get our clients what they need. Even when there is no way. Especially when there is no way.

What do you do when you’re not Bishop-ing?

I’m a proud dad and husband. I spend a lot of time with my kids. My wife and I enjoy having friends over. I love the Cubbies. I grill. I Netflix. And occasionally, I sleep.

Jeff Sirota

Production Engineer

What do you do at Bishop?

I work with clients’ production files to ensure that they’re ready for print. I pre-flight, troubleshoot and make changes when necessary. I work with our print technicians and project managers to make sure we’re on schedule and in sync with our client partners at every step along the way.

What does being fearless really mean to you?

For me, fearless is about creativity and invention. I love when the client starts a conversation with “I have no idea if you guys can do this…” In many cases, we don’t know how to do what the client is asking us to do. But in figuring it out, we become more knowledgeable and more confident in our abilities. Being fearless is embracing challenges. It’s a mindset.

What do you do when you’re not Bishop-ing?

My interests are wide ranging and eclectic. I produce short films. I play lead guitar in a band. I’m a radio host. And I love hockey. Go Hawks!

Susan Bishop

Vice President

What do you do at Bishop?

This, that, and anything that is needed whether it be operations, financial, sales, human resources, or helping make upper management decisions.

What does being fearless really mean to you?

Seeing the projects as they are – sometimes with fear or concern, and then making smart decisions to make sure the client is happy.

What do you do when you’re not Bishop-ing?

I love spending time with our nearly grown 4 children as well as traveling and exploring new places.

Lexi Ryckman-Harriett

PrePress Technician

What do you do at Bishop?

I do all things file related; preflight, proof, prep for production and design as needed. I work with the Project Management team to understand the goals of the client and apply the practical knowledge of materials and production processes to identify areas of concerns and provide solutions in order to achieve the best finished product.

What does being fearless really mean to you?

Not being afraid to step away from “the way we’ve always done it” and finding the right solutions for new challenges. It’s ok to not know the answers as long as you’re willing to look for them!

What do you do when you’re not Bishop-ing?

Survive! I have two small children, two old dogs and one great husband. When I’m not cleaning up after my kids or trying to get them to put their shoes on for school… I enjoy photography, baking, embroidery and reading.

Roger Dold

Production Manager

What do you do at Bishop?

I ensure that the graphics we produce will meet our clients’ desires and our own team’s expectations of high quality.  

What does being fearless really mean to you?

Fearlessness means not being afraid to think in a different way, and having the courage to follow through with your ideas.

What do you do when you’re not Bishop-ing?

Anything outdoors to enjoy the diverse natural world our country has been blessed with. I especially enjoy when this involves traveling with my wife and two kids. On lazy days, I spend way too much time watching baseball and college football, especially if Georgia is playing. Go Dawgs!

Scott Scharf

Project Coordinator

What do you do at Bishop?

I help connect the dots and streamline our projects to help get our best work out the door as fast as possible.

What does being fearless really mean to you?

Being able to do the right thing no matter the consequences.

What do you do when you’re not Bishop-ing?

 I try to spend as much time exploring, camping, and hiking with my wife and dog. But when those Chicago winters come, I’m happy with a good book and a hearty stout.

Ashley Clodfelter

Project Coordinator

What do you do at Bishop?

I am a Project Coordinator, and I assist in communications with our clients and making sure projects are completed smoothly.

What does being fearless really mean to you?

What being fearless means to me is that I’m not living without fear, but being brave enough to put myself out there and recognize that I can make a difference in the environments that I am in.

What do you do when you’re not Bishop-ing?

When I’m not at work I work on my art practice, go to shows, and hang out with friends!

Marco

Production + Installation Technician

Mark

Production + Installation Technician

Nate

Production + Installation Technician

Luis

Production + Installation Technician