David loves working with thoughtful and creative people on inspired and entertaining projects. He is deeply passionate about good visual storytelling, and really enjoys a collaborative creative environment.
His film work includes the investigative thriller “The Calling” starring Susan Sarandon and Donald Sutherland, and directed by Jason Stone for Sony Worldwide. He also shot the sci-fi adventure film “At First Light". He has shot a number of television shows and pilots for NBC, ABC, CBS, and Fox including director Jason Winer’s pilots for “Life in Pieces” and "Type-A", and the first season of the white house single camera comedy “1600 Penn” starring Bill Pullman, Josh Gadd, and Jenna Elfman.
Lately he has been shooting for a bunch of commercial production companies including Smuggler, Bullit, Caviar, Anonymous, Gifted Youth, Pony Show, and many more. In 2017 he travelled to Poland for director Peter Berg to shoot one of the more talked about Super Bowl spots of Super Bowl LI for Hyundai—“Operation Better”.
Originally from Michigan, David went to Williams college to prepare for his career in medicine. While applying to med school and working in the Immunlogy and Microbiology lab at Rush Presbyterian St. Lukes Hospital in Chicago, David decided to drastically switch gears and signed up for film school. He now lives with his family in Los Angeles, but loves to take advantage of his Italian citizenship to work in Europe when he can.
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