Paul Moxon is a studio letterpress printer, internationally known consultant, instructor and author of Vandercook Presses: Maintenance, History andResources. He is also editor of the American Printing History Association Newsletter, prints for hire and publishes limited edition books and broadsides under the imprint Fameorshame Press.
Sarah Bryant is a letterpress printer and bookbinder specializing in the production of editioned artist’s books under her imprint, Big Jump Press. These books have been featured in exhibitions around the United States and have been acquired by special collections libraries internationally, including The Yale Arts Library, The Houghton Library at Harvard University, The New York Public Library and The Darling Bio-medical Library at UCLA. In 2011, Bryant won the MCBA Prize for her book Biography. Bryant has taught book arts courses for The University of Georgia, The University of Alabama MFA in the Book Arts Program, and Wells College, where she was the Victor Hammer Fellow from 2008-2011. She currently lives in Brighton, United Kingdom and teaches bookbinding and letterpress printing workshops there and across the United States.
Scott Fisk is the curator of the 918 Letterpress Ephemera Show. He is an American graphic designer and educator who teaches at Samford University. His work is part of permanent collections both in numerous galleries and in such museums as the National Archives. Scott enjoys traveling with his wife Timarie who shares his peculiar interest in broadsides, ephemera, and antique printing processes. You can view Scott Fisk’s work at www.scottfisk.com.