Tony joins Oomph

Tony has joined Mogenerations Oomph, in a part-time capacity as Creative Technologist.

A relative newcomer to Oomph, Tony has been active in the Adobe Beta program for their Digital Publishing Suite and, as part of his consulting services, extensively researched a number of other platforms including Aquafadas, Mag+ and Alligator. It was during this research that he met Keith Ahern, CEO of Mogenerations, and attending a training class on how to use Oomph.

Since then he's been actively involved in developing a number of client proposals and proof of concepts using Oomph and through his enthusiasm and interest in the application was asked to join Oomph to evangelise and develop a community of users. Tony will also be creating tutorial videos and working with the development team by testing and product development.

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About us
Tony Redhead - Creative Technologist

Tony has worked in the field of computer imaging for 27 years. In that time he’s been involved in the evolution and acceptance of Digital Imaging, from both a hardware and software perspective, since joining digital pioneer Quantel in 1984 to work on the development of the Paintbox.
In 1987, Tony started Electric Paint, in Hollywood, and was the first to use digital technology to produce award winning movie posters for projects such as Silence of the Lambs, JFK and Born on the Fourth of July.  

Leaving Electric Paint in 1992, to work as a consultant, Tony developed in-house digital studios for clients like Tokyo agency Leo Burnett-Kyodo, participated in the design and development of the imaging software Live Picture and worked with a number of software companies in the United States including Macromedia and Fractal Software Painter.  

Returning to Australia in 1995, Tony established one of the countries first internet agencies, Red Square Productions. Red Square went on to develop long lasting relationships with local companies such Qantas, Telstra, YHA, Panasonic Australia and international companies the oneworld Alliance of Airlines and Maersk Line Shipping.

In 2009 Tony merged the business, out of Red Square, into a local agency, webqem, allowing him to pursue his interest in all things digital.

Tony is familiar with a range of software applications including Photoshop, Fireworks, InDesign and dynamic content platforms like Adobe Scene7. Tony participated in the beta of Adobe Digital Publishing Studio and is currently developing and consulting on a number of projects for his clients looking to publish on tablets using vendor solutions such as those delivered by Oomph and Adobe.

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