Past Member

Dave Tames

  • Alumnus, Interactive Cinema

MS 1996
Assistant Teaching Professor, Department of Art + Design, Northeastern University

After graduating from the Media Lab, David worked for a new media start-up and then a film restoration and effects laboratory in New York. During the dot-com boom he was a member of the innovation group within a internet consulting firm working with clients including Universal Music, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Diageo. After working as a freelance web developer and videographer for a while, he returned to graduate school, earning an MFA in Communication Design from at MassArt. Currently, David is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of Art + Design at Northeastern University where he teaches a variety of Media Arts courses.

Megan J. Smith said it best at ML30: Try to go where you are rare, so that you can help your colleagues with your unique skills.

MS 1996
Assistant Teaching Professor, Department of Art + Design, Northeastern University

After graduating from the Media Lab, David worked for a new media start-up and then a film restoration and effects laboratory in New York. During the dot-com boom he was a member of the innovation group within a internet consulting firm working with clients including Universal Music, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Diageo. After working as a freelance web developer and videographer for a while, he returned to graduate school, earning an MFA in Communication Design from at MassArt. Currently, David is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of Art + Design at Northeastern University where he teaches a variety of Media Arts courses.

Megan J. Smith said it best at ML30: Try to go where you are rare, so that you can help your colleagues with your unique skills.