I didn't used photos in them. I looked at Chris's photos (which are excellent, Chris!) but I can't identify any of the people other than you, Jeff. We can put variable photos into the later projects. I even mention that in the video.
Please let me know what you think of everything.
The files: Template-BC-1up.indd (and Template-BC-1up.idml) are the first, 1-per-page business card I demonstrated. If the INDD won't open for you, use the IDML; they're the same document, but the IDML is for versions of InDesign not as news as mine (CC 2019). Everything's all hooked up. Just follow the steps in the video--click the Merge Now button on the Data Merge panel (Window > Utilities > Data Merge) and then the OK button--and you'll get the same results.
Template-BC-Ganged.indd (and Template-BC-Ganged.idml) is the full sheet onto which the 16 business cards flow.
Template-BC-Ganged More.indd (Template-BC-Ganged More.idml) uses employees-more.csv, which has more than 16 employees, and creates the multiple columns when you execute the Data Merge.Thank You, Pariah Burke 503.422.7499
(1) Original art, (2) Digital Assets, for: (a) Logo, (b) Iconic Images, (c) Cemetery Map, (d) Town Map (3) Digital Templates for: (e) Business Card, (f) Stationary, (g) Brochures, (h) Donor Presentation, (i) Process Flow Diagrams