David Stambler began his career in photography, radio, and sound recording, photographing people and culture throughout South East Asia and recording folk, tribal, and religious music in India, before pursuing multimedia in Vancouver.
He was involved in the original iMac launch and worked in the digital imaging field, then specialized in digital presentations, digital video, and DVD production for Duocom/MCSi Creative Services. He was responsible for project managing the translation of the entire Duocom website into French in 2001 and implementing its new look and feel. David’s expertise with audio digitizing, graphic manipulation, and media compression was invaluable to many projects during his time with Duocom/MCSi Creative Services from 2000 to 2003.
From 2004-2005 he was the Website Content Manager for SkinCareGuide, a 19 site network of dermatology information websites, and personally created 6 new site. Web traffic doubled from the start of his tenure at SkinCareGuide to the time he left.
He was Project Leader for a large website combining three domains into a single interface for the Department of Dermatology and Skin Science at UBC, and Project Manager for the creation and launch of the Canadian Skin Patient Alliance website.
Since that time he is currently a freelance multimedia designer in Vancouver, servicing clients for a variety of needs:
His resume can be downloaded in PDF format here.