David Wysocki is the principal of Crosscut Marketing Communications in Hartland, VT. He was formerly the owner of Kimball Hill Advertising. Dave has served as creative director and copywriter for a wide range of advertising and design projects over the past 25 years.
Dave worked as a sales representative for a major Boston graphic arts company prior to relocating to Vermont in 1986. Armed with years of sales experience, production know-how and design savvy he launched Kimball Hill Advertising in 1992. Clients included: financial institutions, marine products, consumer display products, real estate development and medical devices. Seeking a common thread between print and the digital world Dave opened Crosscut Marketing Communications 2015 with a renewed commitment to creativity, craftsmanship and client service.
Originally trained as a classical bassist Dave still performs with orchestras and chamber music ensembles in northern New England. An avid fly-fisherman he is also deeply committed to efforts to protect the native brook trout of Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire.
Tim Thrasher is the owner of Thrasher Graphics in Brattleboro, VT. In addition to his work as an art director/designer he is also an accomplished illustrator, technical illustrator and photo retoucher.
Tim began his career as a photo retoucher apprenticing with his father, Alden Thrasher, in Keene, NH. In 1990 Tim opened Thrasher Graphics in Brattleboro focusing on retouching and illustration projects for magazine and book covers, album covers, catalogs, brochures and viewbooks. Technical illustrations ran the gamut from marine products and medical devices to machine-tool products and personal safety items. Tim embraced digital technology early on. Projects often involved a design component and by 1997 Thrasher Graphics offered a full range of design and production services.
Tim is passionate about other creative pursuits as well. You can catch him playing bass with the Brattleboro based Miles Band at clubs, festivals, and ski areas all over New England. When he’s not in his studio or on stage he is most likely in his workshop creating steampunk inspired art and furniture.
Bahman Mahdavi is the owner of WebWerk in Newfane, VT, where he has been developing websites as well as web and mobile applications since 1997.
A graduate of La Sorbonne in Paris, France, Bahman migrated to the United States in 1986, living in the San Francisco Bay Area before moving to rural Vermont. Bahman has worked as a market research analyst, continuing education instructor, and operated an import business before dedicating himself full time to information technology.
A self-taught software developer, Bahman has experience working on large, enterprise level software applications as well as developing websites for individuals, artists and nonprofits.
When he’s not writing code or debugging someone else’s code, Bahman enjoys playing music with friends around a kitchen table, or biking in the Vermont back country.