David Tames

filmmaker & media technologist, Kino-Eye.com

David is a producer, editor, director, cinematographer, and media technology consulant. He has worked in key creative roles on a wide range of independent film and new media projects including Never Met Picasso, The East Village, and Remembering John Marshall, a short documentary about the late ethnographic filmmaker. David recently served as Project Manager launching MIT TechTV, a video sharing site for the MIT Community.

He earned an MS in Media Arts and Sciences from the MIT Media Laboratory, studied filmmaking at City College of San Francisco, and holds a BA in Philosophy and a BS in Computer & Cognitive Sciences from the University of Florida. David has taught film production classes and often speaks at film festivals and industry events about new techniques, trends, and tools of interest to filmmakers.

David is a producer, editor, director, cinematographer, and media technology consulant. He has worked in key creative roles on a wide range of independent film and new media projects including Never Met Picasso, The East Village, and Remembering John Marshall, a short documentary about the late ethnographic filmmaker. David recently served as Project Manager launching MIT TechTV, a video sharing site for the MIT Community.

He earned an MS in Media Arts and Sciences from the MIT Media Laboratory, studied filmmaking at City College of San Francisco, and holds a BA in Philosophy and a BS in Computer & Cognitive Sciences from the University of Florida. David has taught film production classes and often speaks at film festivals and industry events about new techniques, trends, and tools of interest to filmmakers.

Website
www.woodsholefilmfestival.org