Ep.157 Scott Fuller – Studio Temporary – A Career in Graphic Design

Episode Notes

This week’s guest is a designer I became aware of a few years ago and met him at Creative South Conference. Scott has carved a career in graphic design and education over recent years and has now estabished Studio Temporary as one of the leading design agencies in the design community. Scott is based in Atlanta and can be found at StudioTemporary.com. 

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Scott Fuller is the designer, illustrator, and overall one-man dynamo behind The Studio Temporary. A Georgia native, he resides in Atlanta where he goes to work for brands, ideas, and people from every walk of life. With over a decade in the design industry, Scott has worked and collaborated with incredible folks like the Atlanta Hawks, AIGA, BeastTV, Giving Kitchen, Hudson Sutler, Johnny Cupcakes, Phish, Realtree, Standard Deluxe, Startup Atlanta, Killer Mike and a few more that y’all haven’t heard of – YET.

Ep.156 Joe McNally Returns – Surviving A Pandemic – A Year In The Life of Joe McNally

Episode Notes

Please welcome back, for the third time and the first guest to do so, our dear friend Joe McNally. Joe very kindly made time to chat about his last 12 months, hunkering down during the pandemic and finding ways to keep busy, sane and still working. Whenever you speak to Joe you can learn so much, one of the most hardworking and nicest guys in the industry, you can see why so many respect Joe and we are so proud to call him a friend. Sit back, listen and relax as Joe, Alan Hess and Dave Clayton talk life and photography!






Joe McNally is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning photographer whose prolific career includes assignments in nearly 70 countries. McNally is known world-wide as not only one of the top, technically excellent photographers of his generation, but his charming demeanor, confidence and humor make him a sought-after choice from CEO’s to celebrities to commercial and magazine clients alike. He is among the rare breed of photographer who has bridged the world between photojournalism and advertising, amassing an impressive commercial and advertising client list including FedEx, Sony, ESPN, Adidas, Land’s End, General Electric, Epson, MetLife, USAA, New York Stock Exchange, Lehman Brothers, PNC Bank, and the Beijing Cultural Commission. McNally is equally comfortable climbing buildings or lighting a telescope to capturing quiet, sensitive subject matter with confidence in medical surroundings. He has shot numerous cover stories and highly complex features for the National Geographic, LIFE, and Sports Illustrated, where his research skills and unmatched preparedness were highly valued.

McNally won the first Alfred Eisenstaedt Award for Journalistic Impact for a LIFE coverage titled, “The Panorama of War.” He has been honored numerous times by Communication Arts, PDN, Graphis, American Photo, POY, and The World Press Photo Foundation. He has also adapted to the Internet driven media world where his work is regularly cited in social media surveys as sources of inspiration and industry leadership. McNally is a proud Nikon Ambassador and also a recent member to the Capture One Ambassador team.

Ep.155 Brad Moore – Catching Breaks, Working Hard, Making Friends!

Episode Notes

This week we are joined by our good friend Brad Moore, a commercial photographer and videographer  based out of Nashville. Brad started young in the industry, his first two employers being Joe McNally and Scott Kelby no less. Brad really is one of the nicest guys in the industry, no big ego, just working hard and making influential friends along the way. Brad is still only 36, a newly married father and an awesome concert photographer on top of everything else. We chat about his career and learn some valuable lessons along the way!




More About Brad:

Brad Moore is a Nashville based music, entertainment, and commercial photographer/videographer with an amazingly strong photography background. Before launching his own career, Brad worked with some of the best in the business, learning the craft and business of photography.

Many people are familiar with Brad from his years at KelbyOne, as Scott Kelby‘s assistant. Assisting Scott Kelby was one of the best possible exposures to just about every facet of photography and videography.

Assisting Scott followed a couple of years assisting another world-renowned photographer, Joe McNally. While assisting Joe, Brad worked on shoots for National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, FedEx, Nikon, Golf Digest, and more.

Thanks to this rare education, Brad’s skills are what you would expect coming from that kind of background – he can photograph just about anything.

Brad’s clients include companies like Red Bull, Google, Walmart, FedEx, Nikon, and Dude Perfect to name just a few.

When he’s not behind a camera, he can be found working at WELD, Nashville’s premiere co-working space, devouring a cheeseburger at Husk, or hanging at the dog park with his wife and their dachshund.

As written by Steve Brazill

Ep.154 Donald Page – A Life in Photography – Shooting the NFL

Episode Notes

This week we are joined by Donald Page, the official Tennessee Titans chief photographer. We chat about the path to getting a huge role like that, the friends you make along the way and how to keep going through a pandemic in a football season. We both know Donald through KelbyOne and our next podcast guest, Brad Moore.

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About Donald

Donald Page has been a sports and commercial photographer since 2005 and currently serves as the Team Photographer for the Tennessee Titans. Before moving to Nashville with his wife and two dogs, Donald was a freelance photographer serving a list of clients that included Sports Illustrated, ESPN Magazine, the US Navy, and Getty Images. Before working as a freelance photographer, Page worked on staff as the Team Photographer for the University of Tennessee Athletics Department from 2012-2018, where he served as the chief photographer for all of UT’s 15 varsity sports. 

A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, Page is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University’s School of Art and has spent time as a freelance sports photographer, contract photographer for multiple branches of the military, as well as several staff positions

Ep.153 Bryan O’Neil Hughes – A Life in Photography, Fast Cars, Marathons and Adobe!

Episode Notes

We are back with an esteemed guest, Mr Bryan O’Neil Hughes, Director of Product Management & Partner Outreach at Adobe. Both Alan and myself have bumped into Bryan at many events over the past 10 years but this was the first time we all got to just chat. Bryan has spent 22 years at Adobe and we talk about his life, hobbies and how he came to be at Adobe and what he’s up to today. We talk about cars, marathons, family, photography and mobile creativity. We hope you enjoy as much as we did!

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Bryan’s Instagram

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Ep.152 The Lightroom Queen – All Things Lightroom and more!

Episode Notes

We have “Royalty” in the He Shoots, He Draws house! Welcome Victoria Bampton to the show, we’ve known Victoria since 2008 and this was the first time we actually spoke and what a joy it was to chat to her about her career as ‘The Lightroom Queen’ and her career in photography, but not as a photographer! 

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Ep.151 Tony Harmer – A Life in Graphic Design via Adobe

Episode Notes

We are genuinely thrilled to have Tony Harmer, AKA The Design Ninja, as our guest this week. Tony is one of our dearest friends, one of the most helpful and genuine people in this industry, he’s a walking encyclopaedia of design knowledge and for the next 90 mins we just chat about design, life and our careers.

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Ep.150 The 150th Episode – So Far, So Good!

Episode Notes

Way back in Feb 2018 He Shoots, He Draws was born. It started as a weekly podcast and in those 159 weeks, it’s published 150 episodes so the plan is kind of working. The show has been graced with some amazing guests, over 100 5 star reviews left on iTunes and a very loyal following listener base, a couple of thousand downloads away from 250,000 downloads from over 100 countries. To say they are both chuffed to bits is an understatement. So thank you to everyone who has listened and shared, it’s very much appreciated in a very saturated podcast market. Dave and Alan have a quick catch up before going back into some great upcoming guest interviews over the next few weeks.

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Ep.149 Kladi from PrintMySoul / How To Get On In Business…F**** Up, Eat Sh** and Smile!

Episode Notes

This week our guest is the wonderful Kladi from PrintMySoul Studio. We chat about how the path to a career, let alone any kind of success, is paved with a lot of honest f*** ups, eating sh** and smiling while all that happens. Taking crappy jobs, taking chances and never giving up – something that so many do. Kladi tells us about her personal journey and she’s only at the beginning! 

 Visit www.iamkladi.com/video to learn more about Kladi’s colorful adventures with Adobe.


Web: https://www.iamkladi.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamkladi

Studio Website: https://www.printmysoul.com/

Behance: https://www.behance.net/iamkladi

LWD: https://www.ladieswinedesign.com/san-jose


Kladi Vergine is a visual strategist and founder of Studio Printmysoul, a Manchester-based design studio. Kladi and her team specialize in creating memorable branding and impactful visuals for both print and web. 

With a ten-year career and the experience of living in 6 countries on three continents, Kladi has a unique perspective in design, branding, and creativity. Her use of explosive colors and geometry could be traced back to her roots as a Southern Italian street artist. And her deep understanding of consumer psychology and communication comes from her career at the United Nations and corporate communication. 

As a self-publish author, Kladi’s illustrated book, Plant Therapy, won the Fedrigoni TOP Designer Award 2019 for her unique use of cotton papers and ink. Kladi has also been the winner of Infohackit 2018 and Adobe’s San Francisco Creative Jam 2019. Kladi is now lead of Jessica Walsh’s Ladies Wine & Design in San Jose, CA.

In addition to her design work, Kladi has lead several branding masterclasses for Adobe’s Behance Live streams and currently mentors young artists through Adobe’s Discord page. Kladi has been a speaker at many industry related events worldwide for Adobe, Talent Land, Creative Pro, Adobe MAX USA, Adobe MAX EU, and the House Representatives in Washington D.C.

Ep.148 Scott Diussa – Disney, Nikon, Tether Tools and Rock And Roll

Episode Notes

This weeks guest is our friend Scott Diussa, this guy has seriously been around the block, if that block is the coolest properties on a Monopoly board. From Disney, to Nikon to Tether Tools and a whole load of rock and roll in-between, Scott has experienced more in his career than a lot of people could ever imagine. Sit back and listen to Scott talk about how opportunity knocks when you least expect it, working hard to maintain it and reap the rewards of a well earned career!



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Scott Diussa is a graduate of the Southeast Center for Photographic Studies, at Daytona Beach College, in Florida. His photographic background started with weddings, portraits, and architectural photography but quickly evolved into teaching photography at the Disney Institute at Walt Disney World, in Orlando. From there he joined the Nikon family and is currently the manager of field operations for Nikon Professional Services. Scott’s personal favorite photographic genres today are concert, aviation, and travel. Before his career in photography, Scott was an audio engineer, which is a great benefit in the new world of DSLR video.