Duncan MacOwan – Head of Events and New Media, FESPA Duncan joined FESPA in January 2010 as Conference and Events Manager, from William Reed Business Media. In early 2011, Duncan was promoted to his current position to reflect the expansion of his role in both events and online. Duncan’s vast experience in events, international business […]
Paul Machin – Machin Consultancy Paul started in the printing industry in 1970 having already spent 15 years in the surface coating industry and is a qualified chemist and lawyer. For 20 years he was responsible for regulatory affairs at FujiFilm Sericol and eight years he headed their Environmental Services Division. While at Sericol he […]
Samuel Simon – This Manchester, U.K. resident was granted an English patent in 1907 covering the screen printing process as we know it today, except that Simon used a brush instead of a squeegee to transfer the ink through the mesh.
Michela Marcantonio is the Conference and Events Assistant for the Federation of European Screen Printing Association (FESPA). She graduated from Kent University in 2008 with a BA (Honors) in Sociology. After taking a year out in 2009 to venture on an overseas expedition, she then completed a Marketing and Events graduate scheme within the charity […]
Max Arthur Cohn (1903–1998) was an American artist, born in England. His family emigrated to the United States when he was two years old. Cohn was one of the artists employed by the New Deal’s Works Progress Administration (WPA) during the Great Depression, painting for the Easel Project and the Public Works of Art Project. […]