David Lancashire

Adjunct Faculty
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Grand Rapids native Professor David Lancashire has been teaching Media Production I at Hope
since 2016. He began his television career in Huntington, West Virginia, as on-air host and story
producer for the nationally syndicated television program PM Magazine. Professor Lancashire
then moved to Los Angeles, where he worked 30 years for The Walt Disney Company. As global
production director he oversaw the production of television commercials for all of the Disney
theme parks around the world.
Professor Lancashire enjoys sharing his extensive knowledge of the production process with
students and introducing them to industry professionals, with the hope that it will help to
inspire students in their own career paths. Media Production 1 includes hands-on
comprehensive learning, including camera work, lighting and sound technique and Adobe
Premiere editing.

Areas of Expertise

As a highly accomplished global production leader, Professor Lancashire has decades of
experience to share with students, guiding them from creative vision to executing effective
advertising and digital content production.


  • B.S., broadcasting, Arizona State University, 1980

Honors, Grants and Awards

  • Gold “Addy” award, American Advertising Federation, 2010
  • Silver “Addy” award, American Advertising Federation, 2010
  • Creativity International award, 2010
  • Best of Show Mobius Award, Little Black Book, 2004
  • London International Award, 2004

Outside the College

Professor Lancashire loves traveling and photography. You can check out his photography
on his website. He’s also a huge football fan, both college and professional.

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David Lancashire

Phone Number616.395.7969

Martha Miller Center 257 Columbia Avenue Holland, MI 49423
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