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Frank Interviews RIT Student Nick Gawreluk
Published on January 16, 2013
Frank talks with Nick Gawreluk, a 4th year RIT student, about his upcoming degree in Media Sciences, where he sees the industry going in the future, and his experiences doing co-ops with industry vendors.
I'm trying to figure out where this interview took place. The trees have leaves. But there are no people outside on the patio. So it must be someplace south of Rochester, but maybe not warm enough to be lounging outside. Or maybe this was taped several months ago. So confusing! Congratulations to Nick on all of his success. I can't believe he's a senior already!
Taped last summer in the back of the Radisson restaurant. The cinematographer was me.
This is exactly why I decided to go to RIT back in 1998. RIT is always evolving and ahead of the curve. Congrats Nick, best of luck in the industry!
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Frank on 3D Printing and Printed Electronics
Published: March 12, 2014
Frank talks about all the news out there related to 3D printing and printed electronics. His google news alerts for "printing" is now 90% about 3D printing. Printed audio speakers, printed electricity, paper batteries. Frank has the future covered.
PAF's George Ryan on GOA's Unique Education Sessions
Published: March 7, 2014
Richard Romano talks to George Ryan, President of Printing Association of Florida, at Graphics of the Americas about the unique nature of the show relative to training and education.
RBP Chemical's Mark Heimerl at GOA
Published: March 6, 2014
Mark Heimerl, Sales Director at RBP Chemical, talks to Richard Romano about exhibiting at Graphics of the Americas for the first time and tapping the growing South American market.
Frank Discusses Both Print Past and Print Future
Published: March 5, 2014
Frank talks about the crown jewel of American Printing fetching $14.2 million, meeting a hectograph user on a train (whose daughter mentions him in an article), and the changing nature of "print is dead" articles.