digitally requires collaboration, cooperation, and a lot of help from
friends, colleagues, business associates, and students.
would like to thank the many people that have helped me in my professional
David Rhodes - President of the School of Visual Arts.
Porkorny - For recognizing that I could rise up to the challenges
that you created for me.
McClelland - You put up with my grammar, endless questions, and
let me learn by working with you.
Smedley - A digital diva for your work at Extensis and Macromedia
- you've showed me to set and go after higher goals.
Rogozinski - For inviting me to participate in the SGI Vanguards
of Visual Computing and introducing me to Marvin Minsky and his
Makara - For your generosity and time whenever I had yet another art
project to complete - you make me look very good!
Tanzman - For seeing that I could and would do the Disney Gallery
Sapwater - For the non-digital discussions when I was digitally overwhelmed.
Wizards - Bruce Fraser, David Blatner, David Biedny, Greg Vander Houwen,
Myke Ninness, Deke McClelland, Ben Wilmore, Jeff Schewe, Diane Fenster,
Stephen Johnson, Martin Evening.
teachers - Douglas Ford Rea, Willie Osterman, Jeff Weiss, Judy Levy,
Mrs. Maybe and Mrs. Armstrong - the tougher you were the better I
- All the artists - That inspire me every single day.
the students - I learn more about Photoshop from you than you'll ever
importantly, I would not be where I am today without the love and support
of John McIntosh.
images, text, words, etc. were created by me - Katrin Eismann and I
am the sole owner of the copyright...that means you cannot copy an image
to your hard drive or use this content for anything without my express
permission. Ask - I usually say 'yes'!
in doubt: Whatever you are looking at on the Internet, in a publication,
in a film, or listening to on the radio is copyrighted and only the
creator, artist, author, programmer, designer, etc. has the right to
use that material. When in doubt its not yours.