Video Games, Video Game Development and Industry, Technology, Software as a Service, Entrepreneurship, Small Business, Entertainment, Theater, Musical Theater, Comedy
Video Games, Literature, Baking, Nature, New York City, Comedy
David was granted a slot in PACE University's Musical Theater program, auditioning with over eight-hundred other potential Musical Theater majors for one of just twenty-five spots in the University's prestigious program. The competition for a Musical Theater degree from PACE University has only gotten fiercer, as The Hollywood Reporter recently named PACE one of the top 25 performing arts programs in America.
David spent months creating profiles of SaaS products by interviewing entrepreneurs who used them, then combining each piece of individual feedback into a concise, detailed report on the pros and cons of each product.
David has written the script for several games, but has also done any number of educational articles and copy pieces. Many were written at his own discretion, but most were done on behalf of his employers.
A key facet of David's work in games involved writing jokes and humorous prose. Believe you me, he's well versed in the art of funny.
David writes articles on a regular basis, either for clients or to promote himself within the game industry. His natural voice is professional but casual, with a hint of humor.
David is currently writing his own book on video game storytelling, and while that book is still in progress (and therefore unpublished), he's well-acquainted with the format.