BBC Films

Film Network Member

David Garvin



If you need a freelance video producer to help suppliment your in house video production team, look no further. David has years of experience in producing creative content for video productions and corporate films. He has worked on projects for many leading global brands, not only in video and film production but also print and web delivery.

Video production includes standard 16:9, 5:4 or 4:3 presentation for TV, film, web or mobile use. It also includes other, more exotic applications for live shows or events including blended projections covering very wide screens, 360 degree 'in the round' projected content. Building or sculpture projections, video wall content, interactive booth video, instructional video pieces for mobile apps and everything inbetween and beyond.

Providing freelance corporate video resource is David's primary activity. This includes:

Video Pre-production

Initial creative consultancy for pitch or bid documents, treatment writing, screenplays, storyboarding, event planning and location advice. David will even happily attend a pitch meeting if you need him to, he has over 25 years experience of selling and promoting creative ideas in the corporate environment all around the world.

Video Production

Direction, AD, onsite edit, show calling, vision mixing, camera op, graphics, animation, lighting, project management and client liaison.

Video Post Production

Edit using FCP (Final Cut Pro) 7.3, FCPX, Adobe Premier and AVID. Matchmoving (3d Tracking) and set extensions, animation in 2 and 3D using After Effects, Apple Motion and Cinema 4D. Interim studio management, project management and budget control.


I've recently completed my first feature film screenplay called 'The Prophet' I hope to self produce it in 2013. The logline is:

A drunken folly with a jaded angel catapults weary Sam into an almighty struggle with murderous results.


My children.

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