Peter Daye defines himself as a person of the community, using Greensboro-based shirts to contribute to the town. He hopes his shirt designs create connections between him and the people wearing them, as well as the people wearing them with each other. Using customer’s images or one’s he thinks up on his own using Illustrator or Photoshop, Daye prints designs onto a transparent overlay which gets applied to a screen using emulsion, a light-sensitive liquid that hardens at the application of ultraviolet light. Daye considers printing a powerful trade, commending the ability to create designs and send messages with printing. With his company, Daye aims to disprove the idea that years of schooling are necessary to become successful.