DGA Director, 360 Video
David Seeger, a DGA director and accomplished HD cameraman, is a three-time Emmy Award winner as a result of his work with ABC SPORTS. His inventive mind and charismatic charm bring special energy and creativity to all the projects in which he is involved, a valuable and memorable contributor in any production. While directing and shooting on set, utilizing his unique perspective as an editor, he always has a vision in mind as to how the shots will later cut together in Post. This may come as no surprise to those who know him since David has essentially grown up in the Film Business. In his early years, and while he was attending NYU Film School, David learned his trade at his father’s Animation Studio, Hal Seeger Studios, where the cartoon productions of ‘Milton the Monster’, ‘Batfink’, and ‘Fearless Fly' were created.
In addition to his Film and Video career, David is an accomplished Martial Artist. At age 13, he began training Okinawan Shorin-Ryu karate with Sensei Joe King in Great Neck, NY. In 1980, he became a student of Hanshi Robert Scaglione, under the direction of Grand Master Ansei Ueshiro, founder of Shorin-Ryu USA. David currently holds a 9th degree Black Belt in Shorin-Ryu Karate USA and Shihan of the Pine Forest Karate Dojo.
Holly Whitstock Seeger
Producer, Graphics Artist, Animator
After attending the Philadelphia College of Art, studying Photo/Film/Animation and Graphic Design, Holly began her career at Hal Seeger Studios in 1978, animating the Peabody Award-winning series,"Cartoon-a-torial", 15-second spots which brought to life the political satire of 12 syndicated cartoonists and aired daily on national evening news programs.
In the advent of the Video Industry, Holly transitioned to Computer Graphics as a Quantel Paintbox artist, working extensively with ABC, HBO, Showtime, MTV and VH-1 in post-production houses throughout NYC, including TODAY VIDEO INC.
Currently, Holly has works with David as Producer and Go-To person in video production and as a Computer Graphics Artist, designing for print and websites, as well as creating on-screen graphics and animations.
Learn more about her at her personal website, www.hollywhitstockseeger.com.
Holly has participated in many volunteer activities in her community over the years, including working as an EMT with the local Ambulance Corps, as a Library Board Trustee and teaches web design in the local high school Continuing Ed. Dept. She is also a fine artist.