David Moshier combines a background in graphic design and marketing with a broad knowledge of high-end computer applications. Moshier founded Oasis Creative Resources in New York City in 1991, successfully growing this graphic design and advertising agency, while concurrently teaching Computer Graphics and Desktop Video Editing at Pratt Institute, and frequently being engaged as a corporate trainer. He moved to Vero Beach in 1997, and has worked for select clients both locally and nationally, include Harris Corp, Vero’s Voice, and The Media Arts Group. He is still a software instructor, often working pro bono for local agencies such as Harvest Food & Outreach and Camp Haven.
Harry Moshier is a graphic designer, illustrator and copywriter. His advertising and graphic design company in NYC created logos, brochures, annual reports and advertising campaigns for many NY financial and publishing firms. He created and placed ads for Morgan Stanley Realty for over 20 years. He has a long list of direct mail clients were he created, produced and mailed millions of brochures annually, most notably for Standard & Poor’s, Medical Economics, and the Research Institute of America. He is still busy as an illustrator and for years he was a member of the Society of Illustrators in NYC. He currently resides in Vero Beach, FL in the winter and in Easthampton, NY in the summer.
David Jaeger is an advertising strategist and copywriter. Before moving to Vero Beach, Florida, he lived in NYC for 30 or so years and worked for some of the biggest/best advertising agencies in the world, like J. Walter Thompson, and Sattchi & Sattchi, working on accounts such as P&G, Kraft, Coca-Cola, Ford, Best Foods (Skippy peanut butter and Hellman’s mayonnaise). He was a TV Producer as well as a Creative Director. In the late 80’s, He left the advertising world to start a branding agency, working for IBM, Nissan and many of the large pharmaceuticals.