Background


David started his cinematic passion in 2013, when he picked up his first camera. He quickly learned the art and technique behind lighting, composition, and storytelling getting him a job at the top wedding photography studio in the Los Angeles region, Lin and Jirsa, as well as one of the biggest photography editorial online magazines in the world, SLR Lounge. David continues to expand his knowledge in the cinematic and photographic arts, graduation from California State University Long Beach in May of 2016, with a presidential and dean's honor in creative nonfiction filmmaking. His most recent documentary film: The Swordsman has also received the privilege of winning in the Hollywood International Independent Film Festival. David is currently partnered with Dynamic Sports Media and working alongside Snoop Dogg and his son Cordell Broadus.

Worked With


Specializations

Director of Photography
95%
Photographer
90%
Producer
85%
Director
90%
Post-Processor
90%
Sound Mixer
75%
Cinematographer
95%
Special Effects
70%

The Three Step Process

Pre-Production

We would love to meet with you in person prior to our project; however, if you’re too busy or too far away, we can handle everyting remotely. Just let us know what information you need and we will do our best to accomodate your request. Telephone calls and webcam appointments can be arranged. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Production

David JY Park envelopes a unique style of photographic and filmic storytelling that is deeply rooted in photojournalism while influenced by fine-art and fashion. We love using creative lighting, unique perspectives, compositions, and artistic post production to bring our clients personalities and beauty while story telling.

Post-Production

Every image and film we deliver is post produced with our unique signature style. This involves color correction, exposure adjustment, calrity adjustments, tone-mapping, and other corrections. We also pride ourselves in advanced post production which includes composites as well as ‘touch-ups’.