ABOUT US

David Block
Founder

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David is a graduate of Cal State Long Beach, with a B.S. degree in Management and a minor in Marketing.  
For more than 40 years, David has been involved in the production, promotion and distribution of myriad entertainment and business projects.  From the early days of "multi-media", pay-television, satellite, cable and multi-point microwave distribution system (MMDS) television, to the earliest days of cellular telephone and online entertainment, David has been a communications entrepreneur.
David is no stranger to performing.  For nearly his entire life, he has been a stage, film and commercial actor, voice-over talent, musician and presenter.  David is also a photographer, videographer and digital image and web designer.  His performance life has helped hone his creative and technical skills in front of the camera…and behind it.
For the past two NV Legislative Sessions, David has been the Technical Director for Sam Shad's NevadaNewsmakers television show.  David also works closely with Integrity Casting.   Other imaging production work includes Big Moving Pictures, Air & Space Television, NASA, Precious Metal Air Racing and more. He has shot and edited dozens of successful short online ads for various businesses.  

His varied experiences have given David a unique perspective on life and business.  His personal motto is:  "Some say, what a difference a day makes!  I say, what a day a difference makes!  Make a difference every day."

Sean Block
Co-Founder

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Sean is a Reno native with over a decade of experience in film and broadcast television. After graduating Reno High School, he attended the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) in Lander, Wyoming where he fell in love with expedition travel. After NOLS, he studied Journalism at UNR before attending the Serac Adventure Film School (now Outside Adventure Film School) out of Boulder, CO. A trip to Bhutan with acclaimed documentary filmmaker Michael Brown prompted a chance to travel with Serac to Nepal to contribute as a cinematographer and editor on the award-winning film High Ground…a story of 11 wounded veterans and the mother of a fallen hero searching for personal summits by climbing Mt. Lobuche in the Himalayas. Upon returning to Reno, Sean worked at KRNV, News 4; first as a production assistant and later as a director and technical director…racking up over 2,000 hours of live and recorded television broadcast experience.

“I try to keep an “expedition mentality.” You have to account for the logistics like your gear and supplies…set goals, plan how you will achieve them, and work with a team to get the job done. That’s how I define success.”