Randall P. Dark is a writer, director, and producer. In 1986, he started working in high definition in Toronto. By 1993, Dark was recognized as a pioneer of HDTV, and he moved his company from New York to Dallas, Texas. Dark has also been involved in field-testing high-definition 3D cameras.
In 1995, Randall Dark and his company, HD Vision, were involved with the United Nations 50th Anniversary where they shot, in HDTV, President Clinton’s speech in San Francisco. In 1999, Dark and HD Vision produced a documentary for PBS about the Albuquerque Balloon Festival. This program aired in HDTV in June 1999. In 2000, Dark was the director of photography for A Most Significant Journey, produced and directed by Fred Miller. One of the 3D projects Randall Dark directed in 2010 was 3 Cities in 3D, which was shot with the Panasonic 3D camera.
Now Texan, O'Brien works in Venture Capital Economic Development, serving the investment and venture capital economies directly, through thought leadership, consulting, and startup development.He's the founder of MediaTech Ventures, a founder and managing director of the Texas Technology Council, and partner in 1839 Ventures.
Latest posts by Paul O'Brien (see all)
- MediaTech Ventures Accepted into the Impact Hub Workforce Development Accelerator - April 17, 2018
- The Future of Media for Small Businesses - March 6, 2018
- Spotlight: Randall P. Dark - January 17, 2018