David Ambrose
Head of Production

David has spent the past 10 years producing and directing original media for leading progressive groups and cutting edge commercial brands. A founding member of ART NOT WAR, he’s responsible for overseeing all production.

Before joining ART NOT WAR, David spent two years as a producer for Human Loves Human, a feature film company based in New York and Los Angeles. There, he helped develop Monogamy, the Tribeca Film Festival winner for Best Narrative, and the virally successful webisode series, Suzie Cocktail. With the help of a social media marketing campaign David conceived and implemented, the series garnered over three million views.

David edited Oliver Stone’s VoteVets advocacy project, “Bring Them Home.” He shot, edited, and produced comedian Lewis Black’s short film, No Free Lunch. And he’s produced, shot, edited, and directed advertisements for progressive organizations like MoveOn.org, The Nation, Rebuild The Dream, National People’s Action, along with brands like Diesel and Cache.

Starting in 2007, David spent two years as a program developer for the Central Park Conservancy’s youth development and media literacy documentary initiative, “Project 843.” While there, he co-wrote the curriculum for the high school documentary workshop, and taught film theory, shooting, and editing to over 100 students.