i have a much different philosophical approach to film and video. I believe that the ' narrative film ' has run it's coarse. offering no new ideas. time for a new approach a shamanistic vision
Publicist
Intellect Pictures
    From about the age of twelve, David, has had a camera of some kind strapped to him.
    David learned the art of photo manipulation in a high school dark room under the tutilage of Larry Mattingly.
    drawing on negatives for still photos as well as 8mm film.
    David has always conjured images of the surreal and helps us to observe the abstract images that exist in the world around us.
    David attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh in 1991-92 and studied under the industrial Design Technology program where he received a Renaissance style education studying under talented persons who not only instructed in their given field but also worked in the industry as well.
    In this environment David gained much hands on experience.
    After leaving school, David ran and operated his own special effects make up studio
    he created many works as a spill over studio for film and stage.
    During the period of around 1994 David began working with Local Link Teleproductions (a television production studio)
    David helped to produce several programs,
    actively seeking syndication and distribution outlets
    and helped to produce many independent film projects.
    It was in the studio environment where David met and began working with published author on camcorder art, Jorn K. Bramann,
    and also worked with four time Emmy award winning producer, Glenn Patrick Tolbert.
    Audience Choice Best Feature
    Five nights of Waking Dreams
    Southern Maryland Film Festival
    Leonardtown
    2016
    College
    Art Institute of Pittsburgh
    Industrial Design Technology
    High School
    East Preston junior/senior High
    general
    "cannibals prefer those without spines" Stanisław Lem
    i have a much different philosophical approach to film and video. I believe that the ' narrative film ' has run it's coarse. offering no new ideas. time for a new approach a shamanistic vision
    Publicist
    Intellect Pictures