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Last Activity:
Oct 02, 2022
Depends on Assignment
Shoot Nudes:
Jan 19, 2022
6' 1"
160 lbs
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About Me

Fully vaccinated Long Island-based professional actor and model, lucky enough to have had many positive (and some award-winning) experiences in front of the camera. I primarily work paid projects, but I'm always open to a strong TFP pitch.

Looking to keep building a strong and diverse portfolio; challenge myself creatively; and continue to learn, grow, and put food on the table through new collaborations.

I'm open to most ideas and concepts! (I'm a huge David Bowie fan, so not afraid of "going bold.") My look mixes conventionally "handsome" elements, strong physical fitness and conditioning, and a long and lean frame. This sets me apart from other "fitness model" body types and, in my experience, can make your composition more interesting, playing both with and against conventional aesthetics at the same time.

Most interested in gaining more editorial, commercial, and artistic/high concept experience. For more creative projects, I enjoy the collaborative process a lot, and I'm a good partner in bringing an artistic vision to life. (I am comfortable and experienced being nude on camera, but it's not my focus as a model or actor, so I'm selective when it comes to nude projects, just to keep my overall portfolio in balance. But if I understand the artistic/creative context for your idea and what you're trying to do with the photos and your art, I'm in.) I draw the line at imagery that demeans me or others; exists for shock value without an underlying message; and pornography. Everything else, we can discuss.

I'm focused on doing work I'm proud of, and, of course, that helps me book more work. We can always figure something out for a great project! Don't be afraid to be upfront about what you're looking for or to tell me what you can or can't afford. I generally find all the different elements (compensation/artistic fulfillment/creative experience/new challenges etc.) come out in wash, when the project is right for both of us, so don't be intimidated.

A few other thoughts:
● All interactions must be professional from start to finish. I have a lot of experience (both in front of the camera and in support/administration roles), so I know what to expect and what works for me. Let's agree on a great concept, process, time/place, and any limits in advance; and stick to it.
● I like communicating. Just communicate with me/my rep and are clear about what you're looking for/trying to accomplish, how you prefer to work, how much time you'll need, and what the job will or won't pay, and I'll do the same with you.
● All potential gigs are reviewed by my rep, who you'll usually hear from at least once. This is never been a problem, as my rep understands and supports my goals and my desire to make bold choices and great art. He handles any agreements before we shoot (no need to stress if you don't have one. I have a standard one we can customize for your project, if needed!) and scheduling, and generally looks out for both of us, allowing me to focus on the shoot and your vision.

Thanks for reading. I look forward to collaborating with you.

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"David is a true professional! He is punctual (yes, 8 a.m. on a Sunday morning ... and he lives an hour away!). David is easy to work with, takes directions well, and responsive to all emails/texts. I highly recommend David." Read less

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"I've worked with David as both an actor (in the feature film 'Station to Station') and model and he is quite ideal to work with. He's professional, takes direction well, and remains in continued communication. He's the definition of "no bullsh*t" which I find extremely refreshing in this industry--he will tell you if he has an issue, and is clear about his skills, abilities, limits, boundaries, etc. You find your groove with him and do great stuff. What he lacks in experience (which isn't much) he makes up for in a willingness to learn and take direction. (I can't imagine a scenario where he'd be unpleasant to work with, but I would say he's not the type of model who can be coerced, intimidated, or manipulated. This is a guy who knows his own mind, principles, and rights/responsibilities. That's a dream for a professional photographer or director.) Highly recommend." Read less

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Credit Notes

Acting/Non-Modeling Credits:
- Lead, LVIFSF21 "Audience Award" winning feature film STATION TO STATION
(Best Actor, IndieEye Film Awards; Award of Merit w/ Special Mention, IndieFEST)
- Lead, Experimental thriller short INFINITE
- Supporting, Sony feature film WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT
- Lead, Amazon Prime Video series "New Dogs, Old Tricks"
- Supporting, Sony PureFlix Holiday Film JOY & HOPE