Hi, I’m Dave and I’m a cinephile, history buff, a podcast host and writer.


I have been obsessed with the art form of Film ever since I was a little boy. You can actively track my life via the films that came out during the time. From Toy Story, to Star Wars, to The Lord of the Rings, and even more now. For the past few years, I have been diving into the depths of film from writing, and discussing films like Lawrence of Arabia, to Stan & Ollie, The Nightingale, and so many more on my YouTube channel, as well as writing for publications like Irish America magazine, and FilmDaily.

​Here is what some people say about my videos and writing:

“This is an excellent review, Dave. I’ve been researching and writing about Stan and Babe’s lives and work for about 50 years, and was blessed to know and interview more than 60 of their co-workers and associates.”

 – Randy Skredvedt, Author of Laurel & Hardy: The Magic Behind the Movies (Ultimate Edition)

“This speaks deeply to my nerd soul (Buck Rogers, Han Solo)… But Jesus you are some cinema historian too. It’s obviously your passion and you’re damn good at it.”

– Cahir Doherty, Arts Editor and Features Writer, Irish Voice

Past Experiences

Turlough McConnell Communications
(2016 – 2020)
Developed a “voice” for the company’s social media and marketing platforms.

Assisted and edited exhibitions and their text by checking historical accuracy and construction.
Organized company archives for easier access to files.

Irish America Magazine
(2017 – 2019)
Wrote, and copyedited stories before the magazine goes out to press.

Creator of Irish America Magazine’s podcast, “The Story” where I wrote, recorded, and edited a biweekly podcast that explored the stories that are happening and have happened in the world wide Irish community as well as conducting interviews with Irish and Irish-American athletes, actors, directors and more.  

Produced and scheduled website home and section page updates in accordance with editorial calendar and post articles from new issues, blog posts, and pre-digital archive stories.

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