David is a graduate of the cinematography department at Famu ( The Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague ).
He has previously worked on numerous short films, music videos and commercials. At the intersection of narrative film and commercial, project Brontosaurus in Himalaya directed by Marek Partys won gold award at Ciclope
festival in 2020.
In David’s work the main focus is on narrative film. One of them was selected for the Cannes Film Festival’s Cinéfondation section in 2019 (One Hundred and Twenty-Eight Thousand, directed by Ondřej Erban), another short film won prize at the Czech Lion Awards 2021 for best short film and was selected for the IFF Karlovy Vary Future frames selection in 2020 (Anatomy of a Czech Afternoon, directed by Adam Martinec). David is currently working on his first feature film Grand Prix with director Jan Prušinovský.
His work is influenced by skateboarding culture and street background, which slightly permeates into artistic creation.



Grand Prix, 2021
Director: Jan Prušinovský

Anatomy of a Czech Afternoon, 2020
Director: Adam Martinec
Czech Lion award 2021, for best short and student movie
IFF Karlovy Vary 2020, Future frames selection

Opponent, 2020
Director: Ondřej Erban

One Hundred and Twenty-Eight Thousand, 2018
Director: Ondřej Erban
World Premiere IFF Cannes, Cinéfondation La Selection 2019
Czech Lion award 2021, for best student movie

Debt, 2018
Director: Ondřej Novák

The Drifters, 2018
Director: Jay Walker
IFF Camerimage 2020, Panorama official selection

Sugar and Salt, 2018
Director: Adam Martinec
IFF San Sebastian Film festival shortfilm selection
Prague shorts 2019 winner

Adnan, 2016
Director: Ondřej Erban
Housing estate story, 2015
Director: Michael Kováč