David Chevron trained as a film editor under the director and movie maker Michael Sarne and worked with him in 2013 on the documentary Geoff in Venice. The following year he developed the documentary Water is a Luxury. David completed the editing of Mark Forstater’s Swipe Fever in 2021, on which he also worked as post-production supervisor.
In the same year, David converted Sebastian Corbascio’s short thriller The Devil and Alexa Jones to a 2K-Academy format and created new titles, and improved some scenes.
At present, he is developing a documentary on historical immigration.
David Chevron’s background is in business, typography, and graphic design.