Higman Graphics

About Higman Graphics

I am a graphic designer, printer and promotional product distributor. I have 35 years in the design and graphics industry starting as a typographer by trade before there were personal computers. I have lived in Chico for 18 years and I love the area, the people and the beautiful surroundings. The Camp Fire changed everything. Obviously for all who lived in the burned area but also for my immediate family members that lost everything, my company also lost many clients. #buttestrong #magaliastrong #concowstrong #paradisestrong #wewillrebuild

paradise lost

2019-10-17T17:47:13-07:00October 17th, 2019|

Life on the ridge for me started back in 1974 when my parents my sister and I moved up from Sacramento. Entering Paradise Elementary half way thru the 1st grade, I was very nervous since I knew no one here. As I grew up and gained friends, I fell in love with the community. When

My Family

2019-04-15T17:14:22-07:00April 4th, 2019|

I do not have a unique survival story, just the love that my family has for Paradise and now trying to find and figure out a new chapter for our growing family. A brief background of what was happening in our life at the time of the fire and our Paradise Roots. Both my husband

Is this a nightmare

2019-10-27T21:08:40-07:00March 25th, 2019|

I was woken up at 8:30 the morning of November 8th and told to get up because we might be evacuated. I been through the evacuations 5 times before and always returned back home so I did not think much about it but got up anyway and took my shower real quick. After taking my

Trailerville in the Woods

2019-03-28T13:44:49-07:00March 18th, 2019|

After a series of changes I bought a little trailer and my friends graciously let me live there for 9 years. Living close to Lime Saddle Marina was great because I worked there off and on. I had moved to Paradise in 1975 so I was in Love with the area. November 8, 2018 I

Home

2019-03-10T15:16:28-07:00March 8th, 2019|

Mechanical. That is the way I can explain life post Camp Fire. Since November 8, 2018 I have been going about the business of life. Commuting to work and back. Doing my job as always both at home and at work. Eating. Sleeping. Making decisions. Searching for the miniscule pieces to pick up, to move