Biography 2018 David is a four time Emmy nominated director with over 30 years' experience in feature animated films, TV animation and short films as director, art director and writer. He has also created and directed two original children's TV series. He began his career on An American Tail at Sullivan Bluth studios, where he was fortunate enough to be trained by some of the top industry professionals. In 1990, David moved to Los Angeles where he worked on numerous features and in 1992 joined Walt Disney Feature Animation contributing his talents to award winning films such as the 'The Lion King', 'Pocahontas', 'Hunchback' and 'Hercules'. On 'Tarzan' he held the position of 'Supervising Digital Background Artist' where he was a key member in the development of a new 3D Painting system called DEEP CANVAS.In 2000 he returned to Ireland to create and direct the TV series The Island of Inis Cool. The series used CGI characters combined with miniature sets to give it the look and feel of clay-animation. Grabby-Bag, a CGI preschool series for RTE, was his second series, which he created, directed and co-produced with Brown Bag Films. He then went on to direct a new CGI series of Noddy in Toyland, and the pilot episode of Doc Mc Stuffins for Disney Junior.His recent projects include directing three seasons of Beatrix Potter's 'Peter Rabbit', a Brown Bag Films production for Nick Junior which went on to win SIX Emmy awards and a further ten nominations. And he was Supervising Director of the Annie & BAFTA nominated CGI series "The Stinky and Dirty Show; season 1 & 2 for Amazon Studio's .
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