Helen Driscoll started Fine Paper Co. in 1995 with the donated sweat and labor from
friends and by cashing out her pension plan and selling her mint 1965 bathtub 356 Porche.
Fine Paper Company stocked thousands of handmade, treefree papers and offered custom
letterpress printing. Since then, she has worked extensively with eco papers and printing
technologies, designing and manufacturing the Fine Paper and Invitesite lines. Scott Rubel and Helen became partners in 1998 and incorporated to found Invitesite in 1999.
Previously, Helen sold rare books at Heritage Book Shop for seven years, was Director of Events
for the Poetry Society of America in Los Angeles for 5 years. She has published short stories,
articles and written too many unproduced screenplays and continues to
write on subjects that reflect the values of the environmentally conscious.
From 1996 - 1999, film producer
Kathleen Kennedy hired Helen to help her build what is now an exceptional rare book library.
Scott Rubel Rubel's early years were occupied building a castle
with Michael Rubel (his uncle) from concrete, recycled railroad trestle timber, and river rock.
Completed in 1986, this six-story, two-acre structure has been featured in many human interest stories,
including the often televised Huell Howser PBS series "California's Gold." One of Scott's print
studios is located there. Rubel Pharms is considered to be one of the first buildings created from
recycled materials and found objects. Noted environmental writer John McPhee wrote about Rubel
Pharms in The Control of Nature.
A skilled draftsman, engraver and digital artist, typographer and letterpress printer since 1982, Scott uses his many talents in developing Invitesite's website and stationery lines.
Cindy Driscoll joined Invitesite in March, 2006 as Customer Service Manager. Prior to moving to California, she lived on Long Island, New York. Cindy has had an exciting mix of careers which include modeling, display design, real-estate, and designing and executing faux finishes. She has also designed one-of-a-kind furniture pieces. We still lose Cindy to modeling jobs.
Cindy enjoys swimming and yoga, as well as reading and watching movies. Especially pirate
movies. Usually, with her dog Coco by her side.
Skye Moorhead A Los Angeles based photographer, Skye Moorhead shoots mostly editorial and
environmental portraits. She is a graduate of Otis Parsons and her personal work often
includes typography in the form of haikus, dialogue or narration. While in school, she worked
as an emergency technician for the Fire Department. Skye photographs our ads, helps with the
telephone during our busiest season, and loves to bind books and special boxes. She is also
available as an editorial style wedding and event