Dave Clayton is a UK-based graphic designer and creative specialist with over 30 years of design and marketing experience. He is the Training Manager for Astute Graphics, leaders in Adobe Illustrator 3rd party professional plugins for designers. With a great passion for all things design, Dave loves working in InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator. He specializes in creating branding projects and logos and has had design work published by many outlets, including Rocky Nook and KelbyOne. Dave is also the author of “How Do I Do That In InDesign” – the fourth title in the “How Do I Do That…” series of Scott Kelby’s books.
Dave is also a KelbyOne and Photoshop World Instructor and writes for Photoshop User magazine. Additionally, Dave is the co-host of the popular photography and design podcast, He Shoots He Draws with fellow Rocky Nook author Glyn Dewis. Dave is an Adobe Influencer and can often be found at design conferences learning, networking, and teaching.
Dave is also the Live Stage Manager and Editing Suite Manager for the award winning ‘The Photography Show‘ held in Birmingham UK each year. 2020 will be Dave’s 6th year working with the Future Events team on the show.
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Glyn Dewis is a Photographer and #1 Best Selling Author of The Photoshop Workbook (published by Peachpit Press), Photograph Like a Thief and The Photoshop Tool Box (published by Rocky Nook) and Ambassador of The Veteran’s Charity.
In 2017 Glyn was awarded Adobe MAX Master following his presentations in Las Vegas of that year, and is also a member of the Photoshop World Dream Team of Instructors. Having featured in the New York Times for a photography technique he calls ‘The Invisible Black Background’ Glyn regularly shares both Photography and Post Production techniques on his YouTube Channel, website and at events around the world.
Glyn’s Business website & blog is found at: www.glyndewis.com
With regards to this 39-45 PORTRAITS PROJECT:
“I started the project in early 2019 and it’s wonderful that the project has already received praise from around the world and is proving to be an incredible experience. I’m incredibly pleased with how well the series has taken off, and how images have already been licensed for use by the Royal Mint and have appeared in National Press. The project’s first exhibition opens on Saturday 19th October 2019 and runs for 3 months at the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum in Woodstock, Oxfordshire; further exhibitions are planned for France, Holland and the USA.
I don’t ever see myself stopping this project. As corny as it may sound, I truly feel that I am doing what I was meant to do; the reason I found photography. With regards to the future of the project, clearly our World War 2 veterans are very elderly, so my priority is to photograph as many as I can over the coming years before we sadly lose them. I want family members to have photographs they can treasure and that can remain in their families for years to come.” ~ Glyn Dewis