Sign & Digital Graphics

November '12

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The Sign & Digital Graphics Technical Advisory Board Gordon Brown and wife Ann own New Vista Image, a digital print and design company located in Golden, Colo. He has been involved in the sign and printing industry for more than three decades, beginning with screen printing and transitioning into digital print technologies as the industry has progressed. Lyle Bunn is an independent consultant widely recognized for his work as an advisor, educator and commentator in North America's Digital Signage/ DOOH industry. David King is "Commander of Results" at MarketKing, a firm specializing in the creation of aggressive marketing and educational programs geared to the wide-format graphics industry. Geoff Michael is a Twin Cities-based sign profes- sional and computer tech with experience in electric signage, EMCs and LED technology. Matt Charboneau owns and operates Charboneau Signs of Drake, Colo. He is an award-winning sign designer with more than 20 years experience in hand lettering, electric sign design, graphic design, sales, fabrication, project management and installa- tion. Vince DiCecco is a business training and development consultant and owner of the Acworth, Ga.-based business, Your Personal Business Trainer, Inc. He has been sculpting his sales, marketing and training techniques since 1979. Vince shares innovative and practical ideas in his seminars on business management excellence at NBM Shows. Harry Grass is Director of Sales and Marketing for Denver based Gordon Sign, a company focusing on custom electrical signage fabrication, installation and service since 1904. Nora Norby, is president and founder of Banner Creations, Inc., a full-service fabric printing and finishing company with an emphasis on sustainable printing and on fabrics made from post-consumer products. Scott Segen organized ADPrint LLC as a corpo- rate entity to consult, manage and oversee the use and production of high quality out-of-home graphics. Scott has spent the last 35 years as CEO of a handful of large format digital production companies. Rich Thompson is a founder and principal of large- format print service bureau AdGraphics. He's been in the large-format printing industry since 1991, was a member of the first Digital Graphics Editorial Advisory Board, in 1996, and has served on the board of directors with DPI (Digital Printing and Imaging Association). Tom Hauenstein is a color management expert with hands-on experience related to wide-format inkjet print- ing. He is technical sales specialist for Brand Management Group and has given seminars across the U.S. on his "One- and-Done" method of color management workflow that ensures top-quality prints while significantly cutting costs. Nicholas M. Hellmuth, Ph.D., is director of FLAAR, an institute that specializes in research, evaluation and education relative to large-format digital printing. FLAAR is located in St. Louis. Tom Trutna is president and owner of BIG INK Display Graphics in Eagan, Min., a large-format graphics firm. BIG INK has implemented a series of sustainable printing programs and processes including a comprehensive "take it back" recycling program. David Williamson is an Ohio-based attorney focused on sign law and is principal of The Visual Information Group LLC, a strategy consulting and market research firm. Charity Jackson is owner of Visual Horizons Custom Signs, a full-service commercial sign com- pany based in Modesto, Calif. She has been in busi- ness since 1995 and has worked in the sign industry for nearly 15 years. 12 • November 2012 • SIGN & DIGITAL GRAPHICS Ray Work, Ph.D., is an independent consultant specializing in inkjet ink, media and printing solutions. Prior to consulting he spent more than 28 years with DuPont where he developed the first pigmented black ink for desktop printers along with Hewlett- Packard.

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