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David William Turner

I am a freelance writer and video producer

Job Writer and Video Producer / Freelance

Lives In Downtown Portland & NYC

I am a freelance writer and journalist. My past work has appeared in the Boston Review, Down East Magazine, and Maine In Print. My editorial photography has been printed in a number of Maine newspapers.

I also produce video, specializing in documentary and docu-advertising. I have worked with Maine companies (TEDX-Dirigo, JC Stone, MWPA) and larger clients (Sharpie, Nick at Night, Ovation TV). I have worked on feature, television, and short-form documentaries.

My narrative film work has won awards (Best Super Short in the 2012 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival) and includes popular Portland, ME and NYC based web series "No Refund for Content" and "The Outs." 

I now work from New York, NY and Portland, ME.

Where's your "happy place" on the peninsula? There are so many! But you can normally find me working on something at Local Sprouts with a coffee and lunch.

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