David Paul Malloure
I began making movies in Chicago around 2003. I studied film at Columbia College Chicago for 2 years where I worked with Arriflex and Bolex 16mm Cameras. In 2008 I moved to Northern California and studied Digital Cinema, specializing in Directing and Cinematography at SFSDF (San Francisco School of Digital Filmmaking).
Before graduating I formed The Wooden Lens film collective with Jessica Lee Wright and Tim Lewis. The first effort of the production company was one of my direction, My Amends. After that I directed Lone shot in the hauntingly beautiful Reno, Nevada desert.
It is now been 5 years since I have been working in the Bay Area film industry as a Director and Cinematographer.
I own and operate a Red Scarlet Dragon Camera Package, and work in the independent, corporate and live-streaming video fields.
I'm an experienced editor with Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro and know my way around After Effects, Photoshop and many other Professional Video and Audio Software Suites. While camera and lighting are my specialities, I consider myself a jack of all trades capable of Lighting, Lensing, Capturing Video and Audio for any sort of visual medium. I'm good working independently or within a team.
I’ve shot several narrative and documentary films, most notably "Kink" a documentary produced by James Franco that took me to Sundance Film Festival in 2013. Also a film called “Welcome Wagon” which won ‘Best Short’ at Another Hole In The Head Film Festival as well as many other prizes.
My latest work is a music video that I directed for the band Double Duchess that had a world premiere on Thump, the electronic music and culture channel on Vice.com.