David Frank


Years working at MediaWorks:
20 years

Washington D.C.

BS (Tulane University)
Project management
PowerPoint programming
HTML programming

David Frank brings over 20 years experience producing interactive multimedia and video, and contributes a high level of proficiency and a broad range of abilities to the MediaWorks team.

Frank got his start filming and producing promotional videos in Dallas, Texas. A graduate of Tulane University in New Orleans, he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of Arts and Sciences in 1991.

The following year Frank relocated to the Washington, D.C., area where he has been producing multimedia and video ever since, working with a variety of clients from government agencies to commercial and IT companies. Having helped create industrial videos for marketing, proposals, education, demonstrations and product introduction, Frank knows how to make the product suit its purpose. The list of organizations to which he has contributed his multimedia and video expertise is extensive and impressive, including the U.S. Congress, U.S. Army and DOE, and such powerhouse corporations as IBM, MCI-One, and NASDAQ.

Even after two years creating promotional videos for summer recreation businesses, two years in corporate and industrial video and multimedia with PRC, Inc., and another two years as multimedia producer for NewMedia Communications, Frank boasts a degree and breadth of knowledge to match his experience. He is AVID media composer certified, HAZMAT certified and skilled in the use of a wide range of photography, videography, and computer equipment and computer programs. Frank can also take credit for creating Presentation Exchange, a customizable, special-purpose multimedia presentations tool destined to be one of MediaWorks’ most popular and effective offerings.

Since even the most flawlessly designed and produced product in the world must work to be useful, Frank puts his skill and knowledge to work to ensure that MediaWorks’ products perform to their users high expectations time after time. “Programming should be transparent within any good multimedia project, if I’ve done my job correctly, then the creativity is the main focus,” explains Frank. In fulfilling his role, Frank contributes a degree of functionality to MediaWorks’ products consistent with its standards of excellence in all other areas.