David is a multi-talented creative services professional with over two decades of experience in all media, including print, web, and video.
Formerly co-founder and creative director at two successful Toronto agencies, Group Multimedia Network and x2idea Corporation, David is a multiple award-winner for his design and illustration work, and is a leading creative force in Native American society. David’s portfolio includes branding, web information architecture and interface design, and multimedia campaigns for a broad range of Native American, cultural, educational and non-profit organizations, including Smithsonian’s American Indian Magazine, web site and e-pub and the Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario, The Voice Magazine, web site and e-pub as well as the Circle Program for the Department of Indian Affairs and the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.
David attended the Ontario College of Art & Design (OCAD) in Toronto, and has taught editorial layout and design at the program in Journalism for Native People, in the Graduate School of Journalism at The University of Western Ontario.
David, a Cree from Fisher River, Manitoba was Toronto’s Aboriginal Business Person of the Year in 2012.