Growing up, David wanted to be four things: a musician, an author, an actor and a veterinarian. After many years of writing songs and poetry and landing whatever acting roles he could, he realized the common thread between three of his passions: stories.
Whether it was on a stage set to music, or read by dim light after the rest of the world slept, at the core of his expression was always the desire to tell a story. You only have about three minutes to have a beginning, climax, and end in a song. A book generally has at least two hundred pages, and a movie is about two hours, but you have to keep your audience’s attention. Either way, a good story will make the time spent observing worth it.
He gave up on being a veterinarian because he doesn’t like blood. But he does have a small farm.