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In over 20 years of aviation, we’ve learned the journey is filled with twists and turns, heartache, and thrills. This podcast is raw, authentic, and gritty, it will showcase both the magic and the madness of what it means to be in aviation. Episodes include conversations with the people who are teaching us, challenging us, and working with us. We also have direct conversations with you about what’s working and not in the pursuit of becoming and staying a professional pilot. You don’t have to ...
 
On The Ultimate Logistics Podcast - Cargoholic, we discuss the journey of leaders in logistics, the disruptions being witnessed today and the future of the industry. The perspectives of all stakeholders of the supply chain are discussed on relevant topics, from shippers, freight forwarders and carriers to startups, consultants and the government.
 
He Shoots, He Draws Podcast, the podcast about creativity, photography, graphic design, business and life! Hosted by Dave Clayton and guest host Alan Hess, the show gives you a weekly look at the world of all the above. Two friends, a graphic designer and a photographer combined their knowledge and experience to create interesting topics and conversations for this podcast. So, grab a cuppa and join us as we chat about the things we admire, people that inspire and more. Straight, honest talk ...
 
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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 TheStudioTemporar…
 
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 i…
 
Host, Jason DuVernay sits down with DOD Skillbridge Experts Boris Kun and Max Shuman. Mr. Kun directs the Department of Defense Credentialing, SkillBridge, and US Military Apprenticeship Programs from the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense in support of the Assistant Secretary of Defense. Mr. Kun is responsible for the oversight, development,…
 
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…
 
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. More about Donald: WEBSITE I…
 
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 …
 
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! Lightroom Queen Website…
 
Long-haul international travel and business travel are the buzzwords we are watching the closest lately. Industry experts agree these sectors will be the last to return. How long will it take? To what capacity will it return? Is our current optimism warranted? Host, Jason DuVernay sits down with industry experts Brian Sumers of Skift.com and Global…
 
I am 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. The Design Ninja YouTube Tony on Twitte…
 
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 dow…
 
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 journ…
 
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 tal…
 
One of the best parts of having a podcast is getting to know good friends even better, in this instance our guest is someone we both admire and respect and have learnt from. Khara Plicanic is a self proclaimed 'Design Geek & Photoshop Nerd' but she's so much more than that, she's built a business and a brand and positioned herself as one of the "go…
 
The Ultra-Low-Cost-Carrier model has exploded worldwide. After doing exceedingly well during two previous downturns, 9/11 and the 2008 recession, these carriers are once again gearing up for rapid expansion as we emerge from COVID-19. Frontier is the first passenger carrier to announce hiring during the COVID crisis. Spirit is rumored to start up i…
 
Welcome back to the first episode of 2021 and we kick off with our good friend and top music photographer, Adam Elmakias. We first met Adam at Photoshop World about 9 years ago, already establishing himself as a music photographer he went on to carve out a truly unique career, touring with bands, building a huge social following, creating a magazin…
 
2020 has been a devastating year for passenger carriers while cargo has seen record revenues. Air cargo has pumped a little lifeblood into passenger airlines as well, but is it enough to save them? Glyn Hughes the Global Head of Cargo for IATA joins Jason to talk about the fascinating world of Air Cargo and your role in meeting the needs of a hungr…
 
It's the final episode of 2020 - thank you for sticking with us! We have a quick round up of our 2020, our highlights, recommendations and things to look forward to in 2021. We hope you've enjoyed the podcast, we're enjoying recording, we have some great guests coming in 2021! Stay safe and Happy New Year! DAVE'S WEBSITE ALAN'S WEBSITE…
 
We sit down with Erik Sabiston to hear the story of what his crew went through during one of the most decorated Dustoff missions in history. I selfishly wanted to hear this story. Having known Erik for over three years now our conversations have largely been focused on simply helping vets get jobs. Sadly, I had never taken the time to listen to his…
 
This is the penultimate episode of 2020 and what better way than to end it with someone who has become a friend over the past year and also works for one of my favourite brands, Field Notes, Mr Bryan Bedell. Based out of Chicago, Field Notes brand have been going for about 14 years but Bryan has worked with Jim Coudal for much longer. We chat about…
 
This week's podcast is an epic two parter! In the first I speak to Adam McDaniel, an artist himself who is also deep into a project honouring and documenting the life of movie poster artist Richard Amsel who sadly died in 1985 at the young age of 37. Richard, alongside Drew Struzan and John Alvin, was one of the great movie poster artists of his ge…
 
As part 2 of the The Richard Amsel interview, I spoke with UK illustrator and previous guest of HSHD, Paul Shipper to discuss his experience and influence of Richard Amsel, helping Adam McDaniel with the documentary and also to see what Paul has been up to during lockdown. Paul's website Paul's instagram…
 
When James was hired at NetJets as their youngest pilot ever he thought he had made it, soon after the pilot group signed in a new contract offering him fantastic pay and benefits. James started looking for BMWs and other creative ways to spend his new windfall. Soon after James held another new record at NetJets...the youngest pilot to be furlough…
 
This week's episode was someone whose work I admire and he was recommended by a friend. Meet Jon Kutt AKA The High Road Design, an amazing artist who now specialises in Illustrator and Procreate. We chat about how the latest technology can be embraced to become a better and more flexible designer. Utilising the current software and hardware to give…
 
We've seen passenger airlines make huge strides in their cargo capabilities this year, but is it enough to save them? Former VP of Cargo for American Airlines and Qatar Airways, Laura Freeland, sits down with Jason to answer this question and more. This episode covers the cargo questions, dealing with industry change, and dealing with personal chan…
 
I first met this week's guest, amazing Dog Photographer Kaylee Greer, at Photoshop World, we were both newbie instructors. Kaylee is one of the most hard working and dedicated professionals in her specialist field. She's often imitated and you can see why, her style is unique and her reason for committing to dog photography is also admirable. She i…
 
It wasn’t supposed to be like this, and so much has changed since March. As the New Year rapidly approaches, how will airlines get passengers back? How will they avoid more furloughs? How should they prepare for passengers to return? Life has become overwhelming. Now it’s time to get moving in the right direction. Join us as Former ALPA President, …
 
This week's guest is a delightful young photographer, speaker, influencer and hard working creative powerhouse, New York based Elise Swopes. Elise has taken mobile creativity to a whole new place, having built a name for herself through hard work and persistence, we chat to Elise about her beginnings and how she has crafted her brand and abilities …
 
In this special mini episode I talk to fellow Photoshop expert and creator of the Photoshop Virtual Summit >> bit.ly/DCSUMMITVIP , Dave Cross, who tells us all about his FREE event starting Mon 9 November thru Friday 13th November. The event is completely FREE FOR 48HRS, 20 instructors including myself, 40 classes and 30 hours of broadcast Photosho…
 
THE PHOTOSHOP VIRTUAL SUMMIT - NOV 9-13 2020 FREE TICKETS AND VIP TICKETS HERE Dan Mumford Please join us for a chat with UK based Photoshop illustrator, Dan Mumford. Dan is a renowned artist and he's worked with the biggest movie franchises and the biggest bands, and continues to do so. I had a chat with Dan about the past year, his career and kee…
 
In this extended episode both Dave and Alan talk about their Adobe Max experience, from an an instructor's viewpoint and both as attendees. We talk about our favourite bits, talks to watch, a couple of nuggets we learned, and overall we absolutely loved it. Given the circumstances Adobe did an amazing job especially that the whole event was free as…
 
We welcome back THE best Photoshop instructor on YouTube, Mr Jesús Ramirez from The Photoshop Training Channel. This is the second time we've had him on the show, we discuss more about how Jesús has been able to adopt TikTok as a platform to gain more eyes on his content and how he manages his online presence. It's a really informative episode. If …
 
Are concessions the new norm? Could consolidation be in your future? How does United’s ratification shape the next 6 months? Join us as Prof. Jim Higgins returns to talk more in-depth about the industry outlook. Placing himself in your shoes, Jim shares what keeps him up at night, his personal history as a pilot, ALPA LEC & MEC leader, and even a s…
 
What can I say about this week's guest that you don't already know! We are joined by the powerhouse of creativity that is Mr Russell Preston Brown - Adobe Royalty, legend, myth, inventor and more. It was a pleasure to have Russell as our guest and we spoke a lot about mobile photography, shooting personal projects with a mobile phone, strobes and s…
 
Episode Notes This week we are honoured to have the wonderful Julieanne Kost. Julieanne is not only an Adobe Worldwide Principal Evangelist but also a very creative and talented photographer, author and instructor. She is one of my most favourite people to spend time with at events and her work is constantly outstanding as a photographer. She truly…
 
Episode Notes This week we are joined by the Photoshop and Photography education powerhouse that is Mr Aaron Nace, the founder of online training platform PHLEARN. This was the first time we’d ever spoken to Aaron and he immediately felt like an old friend. We talk about the future of online education and innovation. This really was a great episode…
 
While in Orlando for a conference I got to visit a dear friend, Nick Sambrato, owner of the legendary letterpress and silkscreen shop, Mama’s Sauce, based in North Orlando. Nick’s been running Mama’s Sauce for 12 years now and I wanted to catch up and talk about how he’s built the company that the best designers want to be associated with. We also …
 
Going it alone when you believe in your abilities is always a risk. We speak to Matt Kloskowski, formerly of KelbyOne and OnOne, and now founder of Matt Kloskowski Photography and Training. He specializes in outdoor, landscape, and nature photography along with editing with Photoshop, Lightroom, and ON1 apps. Matt was inducted into the Photoshop Ha…
 
First released Nov 22nd 2018 Episode Notes This week we to chat to an incredibly talented young lady at the peak of her career in the Hollywood movie and TV poster industry. Lisa Carney has worked on hundreds of well know movie and TV posters you'd all recognise. Lisa tells us how she came to be in this industry and how she is now a leader and ment…
 
Professor Jim Higgins, expert in statistical analysis, forecasting, safety data analysis, and operations research takes us through the United Airline's furlough mitigation TA. Utilizing his hands-on experience with contract negotiations, including 'triggers' or 'snapbacks', Jim explains the pros and cons of this agreement. Jim outlines the three th…
 
When it comes to explaining 'Business Travel' what is the news media missing? We sit down with Ilene Onieal, Global Account Manager for one of the largest Travel Management Companies and former Global Travel Program Manager for NetJets Aviation to discuss the state of the industry. We begin by discussing Ilene's background as well as how she networ…
 
This week's guest is a friend, a mentor, a colleague and more. Scott Kelby has influenced my career more than anybody and this episode is two mates catching up, talking about what we've been up to, personal projects, the past, present and future, books, tv and a good few laughs in-between. Due to audio problems, this is the Zoom recording only so p…
 
This week's guest is Meredith Payne Stotzner, a 20+ year member of the Photoshop team at Adobe and currently the Product Manager (Photoshop & Digital Imaging). We get to see Meredith at Adobe Max and Photoshop World and chat all things Photoshop but we've never really got to know her background. So we chat about Meredith's path to Adobe and how our…
 
This week's guest is Los Angeles based Music Photographer Dustin Jack. Dustin is a fellow Photoshop World Alumni, twice winner of a Photoshop Guru award, a fellow concert photographer friend of my cohost Alan Hess and a damn nice bloke who works hard to achieve his successes. And he's worn Elvis Presley's suit. There's cool and there's Dustin! We c…
 
This week's guest, thanks to cohost Alan Hess, is Las Vegas based corporate event, concert and portrait photographer, Brian Friedman. Even if you don't know the name, you'll know his work. He's one of the hardest working photographers in the music business, shooting for iHeart Radio. Brian only started professionally in 2005 and he's come a long wa…
 
Continuing with our interviews with the Adobe Evangelist team, we bring you the latest recruit, Howard Pinsky. Howard joined Adobe as a Senior XD Evangelist and is is responsible for sharing his UI/UX knowledge and experience with the design community through video, live streams, and at creative events, with a focus on the Adobe XD application. How…
 
What can I say about this week's guest other than he is genuinely one of the nicest men in the. industry. Mr Ant Pruitt, originally from South Carolina and now living in the Bay Area, Nth California, has worked hard and carved himself a career in tech and photography, finding himself working TWiT TV and their podcast. Ant has become a voice of auth…
 
This is strong and powerful stuff. I haven't edited out any swear words so please don't listen around little ears. Join myself and co-host Alan Hess in welcoming week's guest, Washington based businessman, photographer, filmmaker and a hardworking, inspiring man, Douglas Sonders. I first met Douglas in 2013 at Photoshop World. Douglas's career has …
 
Every week you hear the intro to the show and that voice is David McClelland, a friend of the show and also accomplished, experienced journalist and tech expert for tv, press and live events. We talk about how David ended up in a career in tech and how has his knowledge and experience helped him adapt to a COVID lockdown in his career, working from…
 
This week's guest is the youngest I have had on the show, he's a designer who also created and hosts the Creative Waffle Podcast. Mark Hirons is 22 and has already tried, achieved and failed more things in his career than most designers have even 10 years older than him. I met Mark back in 2018 and we've become good friends, we chat often and I am …
 
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