Davide Bianca

Award-winning exec. creative director, strategist, writer and content creator. For nearly fifteen years Davide has been involved in the entertainment industry helping film studios, TV networks/streaming platforms, and gaming companies bring their properties to international audiences and shaping pop culture.

Davide has directed complex and extensive Hollywood theatrical and TV launches, working on properties such as “X-Men”, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”, “Saw”, “Spiderman” and “John Wick”, executing original and ambitious global campaigns, stunts and experiential activations on a large scale, all while delivering to clients such as Warner Bros., Lionsgate, Amazon, Netflix, Disney, Sony Pictures and 20th Century Fox consistent performance across the board, and establishing a direct dialogue with the fanbase; a success deriving from a deep understanding of human online-to-offline interaction and fan-forward creative strategies.

Davide has also been actively involved in the gaming industry, helping studios like Namco-Bandai, Square Enix, Konami, and Sony Online Entertainment create original content and consolidate existing IPs, bringing to the table expertise ranging from scripting to pre-production (character design, concept art & previz ) to cinematic direction, all the way to launch & activation strategy, working on successful properties such as “Gears Of War”, “Final Fantasy”, “Tekken” and “Everquest” just to name a few.

Davide’s body of work includes directing TV and online commercials for Perfetti Van Melle, Gucci, and Coca Cola, as well as print campaigns for Lexus, Toyota, and BMW.

Davide’s background in Computer Science & Engineering provides him with a deep understanding of the technological infrastructure and framework of VR/AR/MR, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine learning, which combined with his experience in the mobile & gaming industries as well as his passion for immersive narrative and emerging technologies has led him to firmly believe in XR and experiential as the most revolutionary mediums since the dawn of television.