David Van Woert
David Scott Van Woert is the Supervising Creative Producer at the creative agency Transparent House, www.transparenthouse.com, in San Francisco, and Partner and Co-founder of Identity FX, Inc., www.identityfx.com, a Los Angeles based VFX, Stereo 3D, and Digital Interactive company. He has been an invited speaker at SIGGRAPH, REDucation, and Autodesk University and participated in roundtables and panels from Berlin to Beijing to the United States. Over the last two decades David has produced hundreds of projects, including the 2018 CES Samsung "Synergy" videos, HP "ZVR - New Horizons", Living in the Age of Airplanes, The Legend of Hercules, Smurfs 3D, 3Net's "From the Basement - the Red Hot Chili Peppers", The Amazing Spider Man, Prometheus, Nike "Quick Controls Chaos", Conan the Barbarian, Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Google "Chrome Speed Tests", Hancock, Transformers, America's Next Top Model, and music videos for Ti, Sarah MacLachlan, RunDMC, Shelly Streeter, MC Hammer, and Keith Urban.
As Director, David's credits include the Maximus "Live Larger" Campaign, Kilroy's "100 Hooper", Five Point's "Great Park", HP "ZVR-New Horizons", as well as corporate videos for Pointspeed, Polycom, Bethel AME, and spec commercials for Adidas and Metolius.
Earlier in his career, he served as a Producer for HoopsTV, Media Director for Youth Speaks, and Field Producer for ON24. In 1999, David co-founded San Francisco based Shockwave Pictures, a digital media studio whose client list he built to include Bill Graham Presents, SFX, Palm Pictures, Youth Speaks, SunTrust, BankOne, and the musicians Michael Franti of Spearhead, and Martin Luther. In 2001, he won awards for his direction of Neil Labute’s "Bash" and Wendy Wasserstein’s "Waiting for Phillip Glass" at the Black Box Theater in San Francisco.
David is an avid climber, pilot, snowboarder, and mountain biker who lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his family.