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David Diamond has worked in the field of Digital Asset Management since 1998. His book, DAM Survival Guide is a “brain dump” of the knowledge he’s acquired during his years on the front lines of DAM working with users, writing, speaking and conducting webinars. Today, David directs global marketing for DAM vendor Picturepark.
Diamond has held senior management positions at Sony, Apple and the University of Southern California. He is an accomplished 3D illustrator and author for Aviation audiences, and a licensed pilot. During the 1980s, Diamond co-founded and recorded with the band Berlin. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his partner, Chad.
Diamond’s first book, “Flight Training: Taking the Short Approach” is available in print from Amazon and other major booksellers.
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