Macstock Conference has a great mix of new and returning presenters to share with you to this year! Along with our first round and second round of speakers, this next group of speakers will also be presenting their talks at Macstock 2019 this July 27 & 28!

If you haven’t already, be sure to purchase your 2-Day Weekend Pass to Macstock Conference 2019 and share this with your friends to encourage them to join you! This is the best time to get your pass because Macstock 2019 Early Bird Tickets are now on sale for $70 OFF! But our Early Bird sale ends April 30th, so if you’re planning to join us July 27 & 28, be sure to get your tickets and book your room today!

If you’d like to learn even more about our presenters as we get closer to July, check out Chuck Joiner’s annual Road to Macstock series on MacVoices! Every year Chuck sits down with Macstock’s presenters and dives deeper into their backgrounds and offers a quick sneak peek at their talks. If you don’t already subscribe to Chuck’s show, be sure to do so here:

We have a couple more rounds to go until I’ve introduced you to all 14 Speakers who’ll be taking the stage at Macstock 2019, so be sure to check back next time for another round. In the mean time, let’s go ahead and meet our next round of speakers!

David Sparks

David SparksTaking Macstock’s stage for the first time with both a feature presentation and a celebration of 500 episodes of Mac Power Users, David ( writes and produces the MacSparky Field Guides, and co-hosts several podcasts including Mac Power Users, Automators, and Focused. David speaks and writes often about Apple technology and productivity. When not falling down fiddly geek rabbit holes, David is a business lawyer and (very) amateur jazz saxophonist.

Rosemary Orchard

Rosemary OrchardA first time Macstock attendee AND presenter, Rosemary describes herself as a nerd, automator, and chocoholic. When she’s not making Shortcuts or podcasting about them, you’ll frequently find her discussing her love of iPads and other Apple technology on Automators, The Sweet Setup, and MacStories. Originally from the UK, she now calls Vienna, Austria, home.


Mike Schmitz

Mike SchmitzMarking his fourth appearance as a presenter at Macstock, Mike is a productivity coach and the creator of Faith-Based Productivity where he helps individuals connect to their calling, discover their destiny, and live the life they were created for. He also co-hosts the Focused and Bookworm podcasts, produces screencasts for ScreenCastsOnline, and writes for The Sweet Setup. Links to all of Mike’s projects can be found at