Sherry London is a graphic designer, fiber artist, teacher, and author of a number of books on Photoshop, Illustrator, and Painter including Photoshop 7 Magic (with Rhoda Grossman), Photoshop Textures Magic, and Photoshop Special FX How To. Her Photoshop-designed fiber art has been featured in Fiber Arts magazine and exhibited at juried Embroiderer's Guild of America Fiber Forum group shows nationwide.
Sherry is the owner of London Computing: PhotoFX, a digital art studio. She has taught for the prestigious Thunder Lizard Photoshop Conference and the Professional Photographer's of America seminars. She currently teaches a number of Photoshop courses via the Internet through colleges and universities worldwide. To find a college or university near you, go to Education To Go's website at www.ed2go.com.
Sherry writes for a number of magazines. Her articles and reviews have appeared in "MacWeek, MacUser, MacWorld, Computer Artist, Electronic Publishing, Desktop Publishing," and "Pre-" magazines. She currently writes the QuickTips column for "Photoshop Users" magazine as well as feature articles and reviews for both "Photoshop User" and "Mac Design" (now "Layers" magazine). Sherry's web site is www.sherrylondon.com.
Traditional fine artist, caricaturist and cartoonist since 1970. Began working digitally in 1991. Using Photoshop and Painter, creates illustrations for books, magazines, corporate publications and the web. Classroom teacher of traditional drawing and digital painting since 1997. Author or co-author of several books on Painter and Photoshop. Author of three multimedia tutorial courses on Painter for Virtual Training Corporation (VTC). Award-winning pioneer in creating caricatures digitally at events, dba "Rhoda Draws A Crowd."