David Kuehler is an artist, innovator and storyteller. His rich, interdisciplinary background in the arts and sciences shapes his practice. As designer, creative director and producer at the Walt Disney Company and Robert Redford’s Sundance Film Centers, David brought cinematic narratives to life through multidimensional environments and experiences. As an innovator, he founded the award winning Clay Street Project at Procter & Gamble, where he curated and trained multifunctional teams to solve the company’s most difficult challenges. As an actor, his credits include, Reginald Denny in John Patrick Shanley’s world premiere of Souls on Fire, Orson Welles in the L.A. Time's short film series, Rosebud and HBO's groundbreaking film, Tuskeegee Airmen. As a writer he co-created and wrote the series pilot for the children’s television show, Scoobs. David served as adjunct faculty and program advisor at Stanford University’s, Hasso-Plattner Institute of Design, Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California and the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Residency in Lake Como, Italy. He holds a BFA from the Lyme Academy College of fine Arts in Connecticut, a BS in Engineering/minor in theater from the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, and he is an alumnus of the Harvard Business School.

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