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James Lockman Consulting
PO Box 278 | Gorham, ME 04038
James Lockman Consulting is a digital workflow consulting company serving the Creative Design, Financial, Health Care and Entertainment industries. Customers include Adobe Systems, ESKOArtwork, Pearson Education, TPN, BrandPartners, EuroRSCG, DraftFCB, and others.Digital workflows include but are not limited to:
In addition, James Lockman Consulting provides online presentation and education program development and delivery services. James appears regularly in a variety of programs online for Adobe Systems and for CS-Magic. Topics range from Creative Suite 5 application training to Security and Online Meetings to Environmental Responsibility for Printers, and a whole range in between.
James Lockman is an Adobe Certified Expert: Design Master CS4 and Creative Suite Master CS3, with individual certifications in Acrobat, InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, InCopy, Presenter, LightRoom and Connect Pro.
He is also an Adobe Community Professional for Creative Suite and Variable Data Solutions. He is an Enfocus Certified Trainer.
He is a presenter for Total Training, and has several titles available there: Total Training for InDesign CS5 Essentials, Total Training for InDesign CS4 Essentials and Total Training for Acrobat 9 Essentials.
James is the Executive Vice President of the Yale Science & Engineering Association. Founded in 1914, YSEA connects alumni with students, the University, and each other to strengthen the Yale science and engineering community.
James is also a voice talent for hire. Listen to some samples of ads he has recorded for local (Portland, Maine) radio. He is also a voice for Captain Zoom, a customized children's birthday song with an over 30 year history.
He is a large brass player, take that however you want. He plays an instrument known as a "Monster Circular Contrabass," which is in the Tuba family, in the helicon group.
He also makes and sells maple syrup in small batches under the Mr. Tubahead label.
Examples of my work
Back in the early 1990s, I was a graduate student of Applied Physics at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey. While there, I published some web pages about a couple of interesting computer modifications that I had made. For archival purposes, I have made them available here.
Here is a selection of movies that can be viewed using Quicktime.
Check back from time to time. There'll be more. I hope you enjoy them.
jameslockman.com also hosts the web site of the Torch Club of Western Maine, of which I am a member.