Raised in Western Australia, David left on his travels across three continents finally landing in San Francisco. A lifelong movie poster collector, he made a chance discovery at a flea market of some screen printed posters made for San Francisco movie houses in the 1970's and became obsessed with the idea of creating custom posters for venues today. Thus, in 2009, with little experience in art/design or screen printing, he started to make posters for The Castro Theatre. He has quickly become well respected among other artists and collectors alike. Due to his unique style, David is becoming more popular with every new print that he creates.
In some correspondence with David: "All my posters are printed by hand and by myself on a press set up, that appears to have been made by wombles. It consists of a 40 year old vacuum cleaner, a kitchen table found in a dumpster, a squeegee, a very sore back and a bottle of advil."