Our Team

Our Signs By Tomorrow team uses the best and brightest technology and ideas to make your perfect sign solutions happen.

“Above and beyond” results come from a great team. At Signs By Tomorrow of Annapolis, we take your ideas and apply the most effective practices and techniques available. Trust our staff with all of your sign and messaging needs.

Jeff Potts, President

As the new President of SBT- Annapolis Jeff brings many years of creative design, construction and management experience to the organization.  Jeff enables a creative staff , committed to excellence, meet the visual communication needs of  the Annapolis area and beyond.

Tracy Webster, Manager

Tracy joined SBT - Annapolis in January 2010 as store manager and customer service coordinator.  Tracy uses her experience as a marketing specialist to help our clients identify the best solutions for their visual communications needs.  A graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, Tracy holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a minor in Advertising & Design.

Adam Comstock, Production Designer

A team member of SBT - Annapolis since October of 2008, Adam turns copy into effective visual communication  by using creative design and technical know-how. 

Leo Elias, Production Manager

Leo brings many years of graphic design and sign building experience to the team at SBT-Annapolis.  Leo's craftsmanship and attention to detail are evident in everything he creates.  His skill with the laser and and CNC router allow quick production for everything from name badges to custom ADA signage to large contour cut panels and displays.  Leo is a native of Brazil and speaks English, Spanish and his native Portuguese.

Scott Clarke, Finisher

Scott has been a team member of SBT-Annapolis for 13 years and is a man of many skills.  His production capability makes him the “go to” guy to meet tight deadlines and still maintain the highest quality.  Scott also puts his considerable art skills to use as the Regional Artist for a major national retailer.  As if that’s not enough Scott still finds time to teach art in the local community and create and market his own line of greeting cards.