David Vine, MBA has several documentary projects in various stages of research and pre-production. He has produced several short videos presented via his DVP and personal YouTube channels.

A former photojournalist, news reporter and non-fiction writer his approach to documentary production is generally cinema verite shooting and fact-based reporting.

A vigorous advocate for "Fair Use," he created and maintains the Friends of Fair Use  in Copyright Law LinkedIn Group.

Mr. Vine began his career during the turbulent 1960s working as a high school stringer-photojournalist and later as a photojournalist/news reporter for the New Haven Register and the Danbury News Times. After several years of freelance photography, Mr. Vine began working as a licensed private detective in Georgia. A sampling of his photojournalism work can be seen here: www.retrophotojournalism.com.

David served as the public information officer/media liaison for the Dade County Aviation Department (DCAD), operator of Miami International and five other South Florida airports. During his three years in Miami Mr.Vine added instrument, commercial, multi-engine and flight instructor ratings to his pilot's license.

He established David Vine Associates in 1981. Initially working as a freelance magazine article writer/photographer he transitioned into public relations, marketing services and then management consulting.

During the early 1990s he attended evening MBA classed at Rowan University and earned an MBA degree in 1995.

Self-employed since 1981, David
presented "Internet For Investigators" workshops and webinars helping more than 10,000 professionals in 47 states and several countries to enhance their Internet skills. David is the author of "Internet Business Intelligence."

For a complete biography, documentary video training, achievements and awards download David Vine's curriculum vitae.