In 1997, David attended Morgan State University and established a talent and passion for visual storytelling. During this time, he earned over $65,000 in scholarships, grants, and awards. In 2001, he earned a Bachelor of Science degree, graduated Summa-Cum Laude, and placed sixth in his class of 1200 students. His grades, talent for visual narration, and repetition for exceeding expectations all earned him the first full scholarship offered to an incoming student at the School of Film in Ohio University. David remains the only African-American to ever have received a “Super-Stipend” award from the program, which is the highest financial award the school offers and it covers the cost of tuition as well as pays the students for remaining in good standards. By 2005, David earned a Master of Fine Arts degree and again graduated in the top of his class. At which time he had produced and directed over 30 short films which air worldwide. With the success of his entrepreneurial spirit, David established Kind David Productions (KDP), a full service production company that offers broadcast quality film and video services. Since then, David has produced and directed film/video projects in Los Angels, New York, Washington, DC, Atlanta, GA, Denver, CO, Saint Louis, Baltimore, MD and Mexico City.
In recent months, he began his third feature documentary with know actors and high-profile companies, such as Sheryl Lee Ralph (Actress), Michael Colyar (Comedian/Actor), and The Black AIDS Institute, an organization that educates on issues involving HIV/AIDS in the African-Americans community.Besides feature documentaries, he produces regular half hour programming for the Baltimore Public School system, for the Maryland Transit Administration and he recently began producing a television show, The Book of Psalms, for TCT (Tri-Star Christian Television). David produces creative, high-quality programming he finds interesting and that serves the needs and interest of the public while maintaining a reasonable cost to the investor.