DMcD Productions, Inc. is an independent multimedia company run by David McDonald

and invovled in

In 2016, after almost two decades based in northern Minnesota,

the entire operation packed up and moved to the Twin Cities. 


You are invited to watch some of the videos on the

DMcD Productions YouTube Channel


and listen to some of the audio documentaries on

DMcD Productions SoundCloud Channel



In addition to producing audio and video documentaries,

David taught Mass Communication classes

as an adjunct faculty member at

Itasca Community College in Grand Rapids, Minnesota

and Leech Lake Tribal College in Cass Lake, Minnesota.



From 2012-2014 David served as a Peace Corps Volunteer

in Youth Development based in Agdz, Morocco

where he had the good fortune to train, advise, and help

a dedicated group of high school and university students

that formed a citizen journalist organization called Ouarzazate eNEWS.

Here is the link to a short promo video produced in 2013:

Ouarzazate eNEWS promo


In November 2014, DMcD Productions conducted a very intense

two-week Multimedia Journalism Training course in Monrovia, Liberia

for 24 women organized by IREX and funded by USAID.

A short video about the training can be viewed at this link

Girls Media Frontier Multimedia Journalism Training 2014



From March 2016 to January 2018, David worked

as a Humanitarian Multimedia Trainer in South Sudan for Internews,

an international non-profit organization whose mission is to empower local media around the world.

His primary task was to train South Sudanese internally displaced young women and men

with the necessary technical and editorial skills to operate a community radio station

in various United Nations Protection of Civilians (PoC) sites around South Sudan.



Most recently, David served as a consultant for

the United Nations International Organization for Migration (IOM)

as a Communicating With Communities Multimedia Specialist

on a two-month youth peacebuilding project entitled "My Voice Matters".

The project provided internally displaced people living in the PoC in Bentiu, South Sudan

a chance to share their thoughts about peace

through a variety of multimedia activities.