David Winton co-founded Winton/duPont Films in 1988. He has produced award-winning documentaries and short form films for the world’s leading broadcasters, corporations, educational and not-for-profit institutions, including PBS, History, National Geographic, Discovery, The New York Times, Intel, Bristol-Myers/Squibb, Johns Hopkins, and UC Berkeley.
His PBS film about a team of engineers at Netscape Communications, Code Rush , is considered the defining film of the first Internet boom and his last two films for National Geographic – Interrogating Saddam and Suburban Jihad – won Cine Gold Eagles.
Winton is on the board of the San Francisco Film Society and Phillips Academy’s Addison Gallery and the Institute for Recruiting Teachers.
David is a graduate of Harvard and lives with his wife in San Francisco.