Meet the Team
ShotFlow One isn’t just a technology platform. It is developed, configured and supported by a team of photography industry veterans with over 80 years of combined experience working with the world’s leading photography brands and studios.
Titles and labels belong on books and soup cans respectively. To me they don’t make the man, his reputation and integrity do. My most important job is being the best father I can to Aidan, McKenna, and Emma and giving them the best foundation for happiness and success in life. And to attempt to give my wife a fraction of the joy that she has brought to me and our family.
- RIT - BS in Imaging Technology
- Sinar Bron Inc. (5 years) Regional Manager
- Calumet Digital Solutions (4 Years) Area Sales Manager
- Phase One US (3 Years) Manager
- Prolab Imaging (2 Years)
- Opened Capture Integration in 2004
Josh moved to Atlanta in 2006 after graduating with a B.F.A. in Photography from Savannah College of Art & Design. He made the switch to photography from computer animation after a unique opportunity landed him taking photos in war-torn Iraq during Saddam Hussein’s capture in December 2003.
Josh joins the Capture Integration team after working as a Pro-level trainer for Apple – specializing in web design, photography, video editing, and motion graphics. Originally from Lexington, KY, he enjoys watching sports (UK Basketball – Go Cats!), training in Muay Thai / Mixed Martial Arts, and heckling his wife, Bethany, and his dog, Dakota.
Sean grew up cavorting in the vast forests of Canada with his pet moose cub, Biscuit. They had many adventures together, including learning to play hockey on a perpetually frozen lake, building computers out of sticks, and hacking into the US election system.
Sean spends his spare time making snarky comments about Americans and getting hit in the head with pucks.
Keegan is originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, and currently living in Poland. He has been a professional software developer since 2013. He holds a B.Sc. in Computer Systems. He started doing mobile app development in 2014, with the bulk of that in iOS.
His favorite areas of focus are Swift and iOS development, functional programming, programming practices, and clean software architectures.
He is an avid long distance runner, and loves listening to podcasts on programming, health, or personal development while running. He reads every day, but it’s obviously not enough, as his ‘Books To Read’ list is already in the hundreds and shows no signs of coming down.
Eric has been a pioneer in digital photography and digital asset workflow since the early 1990s when he joined Fuji’s fledgling Digital Imaging Division. At Fuji, he worked with major corporations and cultural institutions including The Smithsonian Institution and The Metropolitan Museum of Art as they adopted digital creative workflows. Later, Eric worked with leading photography studios at both Leaf and Phase One, pioneers in high resolution digital capture systems and image processing workflows. He then piloted DAM integrations at major government institutions including the US Air Force, Navy Visual News Service and Defense Intelligence Agency. Most recently, he played multiple roles in a startup SaaS platform vendor providing end-to-end creative production solutions for the world’s largest fashion and retail brands.
Eric has six children ranging in age from adults to toddler twins, which keep him and his wife of 26 years very busy! They also recently moved to a small "farmette" and now have a gaggle of ducks to care for. He is a voracious reader, social media addict, and political junkie during his rare moments of spare time.
Eric spends his spare time picking on Canadians (due to his fear of moose) and writing ridiculously inaccurate bios.
Rebecca is an experienced, technologically savvy customer service specialist from a client-facing role in the SaaS market. She has the ability to interact with clients in a first-line of defense area, as well as provide communication and skills across multiple areas of expertise, including front-end development and proprietary software.
In Rebecca’s spare time, she is a mom of three girls that make her very proud, enjoys the fine arts including drama, karaoke and poetry, and loves to bring new life to old furniture.
Brad started shooting with a SLR when he was twelve in the northern suburbs of Detroit and was doing in-camera-masked 4×5 composite images when he was seventeen. At that time he started to shoot commercially and assist architectural photographers, years before the viability of digital capture and personal computer based retouching, prepping him for the inevitable full transition to the digital workflow as a product and architectural photographer, digital asset manager of 120 Terabytes of images, retoucher and Adobe beta contributor for Photoshop and Lightroom. Completed a B.A. in Advertising from Michigan State while assisting, shooting and rebuilding car engines then 6/8th’s of the program at Portfolio Center in Atlanta, learning from the expertise of various established local photographers as part of his curriculum.
Passionate about educating his three children, inventing, problem-solving, collaborating, studying esoteric sciences, yoga and driving high (and excessively low) horsepower automobiles, Brad has returned to Atlanta after the conclusion of a three year ‘northern experiment’ of relocating his Savannah-native wife to the solid weeks of negative double digit winter temperatures in Michigan. Will miss hand chopping cords of wood for the fireplace, just a little bit… still has the axe, just in case.