An artist, creative problem solver, and dedicated mentor, David Edwin Meyers has embraced the power and awe-inspiring possibilities that digital technologies provide to the individual since the launch of the Apple MacIntosh and the dawn of the GUI.
Meyers’ experience includes leading the creative visions at boutique and mid-sized creative houses which developed some of the first commercial websites and UX practices in the Midwest. He still operates an online atelier as NetTemple.
His instructors and mentors included illustration legends and New York Society of Illustrators Hall-Of-Famers Joe Bowler, David Passalacqua, Herbert Tauss, David Grove, Bob Peak, and Murray Tinkelman.
As an illustrator, his works appeared among the first digitally-created artworks appearing in print, in the early issues of MacWorld (1985), just after the introduction of the Mac.
He has had creative positions at global corporations and was the owner of two digital production firms. Specializing in the entertainment, technology, and philanthropical industries, his clients have included Paul McCartney, The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, The Grand Ole Opry, Microsoft, HP, and more.
His fine art paintings and films have appeared in juried exhibitions and private collections around the world. As a young watercolorist, he corresponded with American artist and icon Andrew Wyeth. To this day, he continues to paint in a variety of traditional and digital mediums.