David Kerman graduated from UCSB with a fine arts major and supplemented his graphic design foundation with Art Center Night courses. In 1997, he began his career as a print designer at the Buz Design Group and gained a solid foundation for typography and layout. His passion for design evolved beyond the world of print, and he taught himself animation techniques using After Effects and basic 3d.
By creating three mock 30 second television commericals, in which he designed, edited, and animated, he landed an internship at Blind. The internship quickly turned into a full time position as a lead designer and animator for 4 years. In 2003, he served a one year art director position at Fuel where he led a team of designers and animators through a multitude of high profile projects.
Currently, he is a freelance senior designer and animator working for such companies as King and Country, Imaginary Forces, Laundry, Exopolis, Royale, and BRKLY.