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“His journalism experience means his work always get to the heart of the story.”
“He’s a flurry of creativity and passionate about always learning.”
These are the type of comments you’ll hear when you ask around about David Waters. His experience is evident in the clients and work he does, and his more than 20 years as a national videographer for clients such from PBS, Discovery Science Channel, Boeing, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, and Spaceflight Now gives him a global perspective for how your content can reach worldwide audiences.
When he and his team take on your project, he’s bringing to the job a combination of experience from his days as an award-winning television reporter, photographer and editor; media relations expert for the Space Shuttle program; producer and anchor for a critically acclaimed science and technology webcast; and long-form news story videographer/editor/producer. As a result, he’s the type of videographer that is looking for how to raise your visibility and capture your audience’s attention. Before you can ask “what do I do next now that the video is complete?” he’s advising you on everything from how best to use it, how to name it for search results, and how to get more views.
Our Team is Your Team!
Idea people. Technical people. Writers, directors and editors, too. The biggest benefit to our clients is that we know people from coast to coast who can join the team to complete a project. We can arrange on site shoot, studio shoots, satellite trucks, and more. We’re up for anything! David’s work has taken him from an active volcano in Indonesia to the site of the world’s worst nuclear disaster at Chernobyl!