Dan began his professional career in the newspaper industry, where he honed my skills and became proficient in desktop publishing, scanning, and color separation/reproduction for cold-set web printing. Dan then went to work for a national graphic arts reseller, GE Richards Graphic Supplies as an application specialist, training clients in graphics related software. Dan went on to become the only color specialist on staff, installing scanners and proofing systems and teaching people color management around the country.
In 1999, Dan started his own business, ColorGeek Inc., solving client’s color workflow problems for photographers, printers, publishers, and converters. In 2010, Dan went to work for Color Management Distribution where I was the Director of Technical Services until November 2018. In December of 2018 he became the Director of Technical Services for Alder Technology, where he was responsible for professional color services, nationwide.
Dan is also an avid professional photographer and enjoys expressing his creative side for a short list of choice clients and projects. Dan’s goal is to make a great living doing what he loves for and with good people, helping companies realize the benefits of digital imaging, color management, process control and workflow automation.
Sunday, 10:00 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.
Color Measurement in DTG Printing
Getting accurate, consistent color in garment production can be a challenge – especially when the product mix includes materials like cotton, leather, synthetics, and more. Consistency and accuracy all begin with using the right tools and creating a consistent process. Attend this session and learn how to select the right device, find out what works and doesn’t, expected measurement tolerances, and best practices for measuring printed color on garments.