David is a director of Cracking Films Limited, which now has a total of five movies on its slate.

David is multi qualified. He is a lawyer having been in practice for over 27 years. He is recognised as one of the country's leading lawyers by The Legal 500 publication.

He co-founded and ran a law firm in the 1980s which rapidly expanded. He was managing partner dealing with the day to day running of the practice including its financial management. He retired from the firm in 1995 although it still bears his name and continues to thrive.

David is also a professionally trained actor having graduated with Distinction from Drama Studio London. He has appeared in the 7 month run of Sleuth on the West End stage (Apollo, Shaftesbury Avenue), at the National Theatre and has toured the British Isles extensively in a No 1 Tour. He has also appeared in the feature films Sliding Doors, Alive and Kicking and UFO Alien Invasion. His television credits include the lead role in Robinson Crusoe in Dover. He has provided many voiceovers on TV and radio including the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales.

David is a voting member of BAFTA and a member of the English Speaking Union.

In 1997 David wrote and produced the comedy show Succulent Pieces (which alternated with well known comedy show The League of Gentlemen at the Canal Café Theatre, London) and was a scriptwriter for Newsrevue.

In 1998 he was associate producer of the musical Molly by Mulligan for the West End written by Frank Dickens and Anna Paola. It was through this project that Spytrapper came to David.

David brings to Cracking Films both a wealth of legal and business experience as well as a keen artistic eye.