Bert Monroy Joins NAPP Team
World Renowned Digital Artist to Create Training Content for Association Members
TAMPA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) is proud to announce that pioneering digital artist, author, and instructor, Bert Monroy, has joined the NAPP organization as an education and curriculum developer. Bert will be creating online content for the NAPP members’ only web site, contributing to Photoshop User and Layers magazines, and sharing years of know-how through books and educational DVDs. Additionally, Bert will continue to tour the country with NAPP’s Adobe Photoshop CS3 Creativity Tour.
According to NAPP president, Scott Kelby, “Bert has been a great friend to NAPP over the years, and thousands of NAPP members have become huge Bert Monroy fans through his books, his Tech/G4 TV appearances, his live seminars, his magazine articles, and his appearances at Photoshop World. We’re honored and just plain delighted that he has joined our team, and we’re excited that NAPP members can now benefit directly from his wealth of talent and experience.”
About Bert Monroy
Bert Monroy is recognized as one of the foremost pioneers of computer art and respected worldwide as both a technical and creative master of digital design. Bert co-authored the first book written on Photoshop – The Official Adobe Photoshop Handbook – and, his work has also been featured in scores of other books and magazines. Bert is a revered teacher and lecturer, and has also appeared as a regular guest on the G4/TechTV show, The Screen Savers. Bert travels the country with the Adobe Photoshop CS3 Creativity Tour, the Adobe Illustrator Seminar Tour, and is a regular instructor at the Photoshop World Conference & Expo. Bert is also a contributor to several graphic design and digital imaging publications, including Layers magazine.
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