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2014 Resource Directory

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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20 1 4 M i d - M a rc h Printwear | 9 8 | Printwear M i d - M a rc h 20 1 4 How To... Who's Who Thanks to this year's contributors to our how To handbook: David K. Anderson is co-owner of Imprint Revolution in Los Angeles. His success in garment embellishment is grounded in his experience as a global management consultant, a touring musician, and years of pressing, sewing, printing and selling. Kristine Shreve is the Director of Marketing for EnMart and parent company Ensign Emblem. She developed and writes the EnMart EmbroideryTalk Blog at blog.myenmart.com and the SubliStuff blog at www.sublistuff.com. She additionally maintains the EnMart Twitter feed (www.twitter.com/EnMartian) and Facebook page (www.facebook.com/Enmartpage). Reach her by email at kristine.shreve@myenmart.com. James Ortolani has been active in the apparel-decorating industry for 28 years, holding management positions with several large industry manufacturers. He is currently the ink R&D Manager for Stahls' DFC. Ortolani has traveled to 22 countries attending international trade shows, teaching seminars and setting up screen printing operations. In 2011 Ortolani was inducted into the Academy of Screen Printing Technology for his contributions to the screen-printing industry. Erich Campbell is an award-winning commercial embroidery digitizer of 13 years and long-time e-commerce manager, currently digitizing and creating online properties for Albuquerque, N.M.-based Black Duck. A current industry blogger and once Medievalist-in-training turned tech-obsessed embroidery designer, Erich brings his varied experience and interests to bear on numerous industry publications and projects. Reach him at embroideryerich@gmail.com. Thomas Trimingham has been working in screen printing for more than 21 years as an industry consultant, freelance artist and high-end separator. He is an award-winning illustrator, designer and author of more than 110 articles on screen printing art and separations. His new training DVD and eBook, which outlines how to achieve high quality halftone prints in the shortest possible time, are available on his website, screenprintingartist.com. Award-winning author and international speaker, Jimmy Lamb has more than 20 years of apparel decoration business experience and extensive knowledge in many facets of commercial embroidery and digital decorating including business startup, operations, techniques, marketing, sales, mo- bile, digitizing, and management. He is also the author of The Embroidery Business Survival Guide and speaks at industry events and tradeshows. Lamb is currently the Manager of Communications for Sawgrass Technologies where he has been instrumental in developing its educational seminars and webinars. Reach him at jlamb@sawgrassink.com. Brian Walker started in the screen printing industry in the mid-1980s while still in high school. He has been involved extensively with the direct-to-garment printing market over the past six years. Currently, he is the founder of the Viper line of pre-treatment machines and now Image Armor, a chemical company specializing in pre-treatment for white ink DTG printers. pw PW_MidMarch14.indd 8 3/3/14 12:50 PM

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