Today we’d like to introduce you to David Pu’u.
David is an internationally recognized photographer, cinematographer and writer with broad experience ranging from news and magazine editorial work, fashion and brand development, to television and feature film production. Currently, David is lead creative and CEO of Neocreative Inc. which develops and licenses IP related to photography, literature and film. He holds a certification as a Rescue Boat Operator and First Responder via K38 Maritime and AWA, it is trained in risk assessment and mitigation in marine environments. He has also done work as a creative and advisor in think tank project environments at ARUP, the Sea-Space Initiative and the ongoing Neuroscience Project: Blue Mind and the Seth Godin based marketing group: Triiibes.
Has it been a smooth road?
If I knew what the challenges and remote chances of success would be, I likely may not have chosen photography and cinematography as a career path. The past decade has seen a collapse of the publishing industry and the associated drop in the economic worth of professional imagery, which has created a large-scale purge of professional image creators and a flood of smartphone-wielding aspirants who quite frankly lack many of the basic skills needed to succeed in the business of photography and or film making. This dropping of the barriers to entry has been quite revolutionary in terms of cheaper-better technology being made available.
So, as you know, we’re impressed with David Pu’u Photography-Cinematography – tell our readers more, for example, what you’re most proud of as a company and what sets you apart from others.
I am a water specialist, with 2 decades of experience in commercial photography and film work for a client list that runs the socio-cultural gamut. I have been a contributor as freelance or staff for approx sixty publications globally, and the lead creative in charge of brand development for approx a dozen highly successful corporations. My work has been featured in print, broadcast and theatrical release worldwide for over 20 years.
What role has luck (good luck or bad luck) played in your life and business?
I do not believe in luck. Rather than something so capricious I see people as being where they are at present as a function of a myriad of small choices, each made daily. We all are a function of the vision we hold for our potential as human beings.
- Website: www.davidpuu.com, www,bettybelts.com
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