We’re delighted to welcome David Hayes as one of our new Columnists to theappwhisperer.com. Many of our readers will be very familiar with David’s great iPhone photography tutorials. David is a great guy and brings a wealth of experience and skills to theappwhisperer.com. David has worked in advertising, banking and teaching as well as training as a photographer as an Undergraduate too.
We previously interviewed David in our A Day In The Life series, if you missed that, you can read it here. We are going to divide our very popular Tutorials section up we will have a Technical Tutorial Column, Creative Tutorial Column and Video Tutorial Column. David will be heading up the Technical Tutorial Column and will have a team of Contributors join him to ensure our readers get the most out of many great apps that are available. The tutorial section is one of our most popular on the site and with David’s experience and skills we can now really push these forward.
We recently welcomed Richard Koci Hernandez, Kevin Kuster, Dan Marcolina, Keith Tharp, Misho Baranovic, Richard Gray and Rudy Vogel to our team and will some more announcements to make in the coming days. We are growing at a phenomenal rate and trying to include as much unique content from the mobile photography and mobile art world as our readers can possibly digest, you really don’t need to go anywhere else!
Please join us in welcoming David to theappwhisperer.com family, welcome David.
David has done many things in his life…some of which he considers more significant than others. Yet, he feels all have made him the artist he is today. He’s been a cook at a truck stop, a janitor at a military base, worked in advertising, been a banker managing other people’s money, and an elementary school teacher. Trained as a photographer as an undergrad, he’s recently returned to these roots and now considers himself foremost a photographer and secondly a mixed media artist.
You can find David’s work on many other popular websites including his own: http://clearerrefections.com.