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Known for the “inspiring, provocative, often funny and slightly irreverent” way he promotes permission and possibility in people, David continues to work globally with the most amazing diversity of people, from indigenous tribal elders to gang leaders, huge corporates to startup entrepreneurs, and headteachers to Oscar-winning actors.
Growing up “on the tour bus of my family’s band", David’s career began, inevitably, as a renowned musician and performer. Yet he wanted to deepen his understanding of how creativity could help unleash human potential, and so spent 4 years working for, and studying under the wisdom of, global change guru Dr Stephen R Covey (author of the seminal book The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People) and went on to become one of the most sought after speakers and change facilitators on the global stage.
In 2015, recording with members of Grammy-winning South African group Ladysmith Black Mambazo and cast of the West End’s The Lion King, David wrote and released the social change album SPARK. His song Lionhearts, picked by legendary anti-apartheid activist Archbishop Desmond Tutu and conservationist and 'Keeper Of The White Lions' Linda Tucker, became the anthem of a movement that changed history.
Working with schools, charities, and organisations around the world, David and his music led and galvanised a community of thousands across 97 countries behind the 'Global March For Lions' campaign to ban the trades of trophy hunting and 'canned' hunting of Lions and other wild animals around the world.
As an actor, David has international film and TV credits for
and his current directorial project, Moz’s Band - a feature film documentary reigniting the worldwide marching band movement he grew up in - is already acting as a catalyst for social change, inspiring thousands of children, educators and families in communities around the UK.
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