Realizing the coming convergence of computers and photography before many at Kodak, Peter utilized the new desktop publishing tools at his disposal, to create hundreds of documents and proposals. Most were designed to persuade Kodak to abandon analog video image storage in favor of digital image storage devices connected to desktop computers.
Tapped in 1989 to draft Kodak's first digital product strategy, Peter conceived and designed a number of the very first digital products Kodak would ship, invented a key digital camera preview technology and was responsible for the establishment of the world's first digital imaging training facility, the Center for Creative Imaging, in Camden, Maine. Peter was an instructor at a smaller version at the Kodak Marketing Education Center in Henrietta, NY for several years. He was among the first group of Photoshop Digital Masters named by Adobe in 1993. His artwork was featured on the Photoshop 3.0 CD-ROM and in 1994, at a group show at the Ansel Adams Gallery in San Francisco.
Before symptoms from ME led to his early departure from Kodak in 2001, he consulted for Kodak's Dynamic Imaging Division where he would learn the intricacies of lenticular imaging. Pioneering the use of digital photographic 3D capture and 3D modeling programs for creating lenticular images at Kodak, he created 3D lenticular images for clients like Pepsi, R J Reynolds, Pfizer, Martell Liquor, FAO Schwartz, Purina, Disney and more.
For more on Peter's Kodak history visit his site www.peterjsucy.com
To view his artwork on Fine Art America
SOURCE Peter J. Sucy
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