About us

Creative, professional and with a wealth of experience

We’ve made films for a range of businesses and organisations including National Trust Scotland, Renault, John Muir Trust, Celtic Renewables, Grant’s Whisky, Edinburgh Social Enterprise, Lake District National Park, Seafish Authority, Smartest Energy, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and many more.

 

Dave Tarvit, director and camera

davey

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dave founded DX Films following 20 years of working in professional film production with clients across the UK and Europe. He’s an accomplished lighting cameraman who ensures the stuff we shoot is the best it can be and tells the story.

 

Dave also edits the films we make. He loves playing with a range of post-production tools to create top quality titles, elegant sub-titling, animated logos and other smart (and often fun) motion graphics.

As well as making films through DX Films, Dave hires himself out as a cameraman to a range of clients. He recently shot a number of key sequences for the multi award-winning BBC wildlife series ‘Highlands – Wild Heart of Scotland’ produced by Maramedia. His video footage was accepted by Getty Images and purchased by a large number of buyers around the world.

 You can read more about Dave on his website 

 

Susan Wright, writer and producer

susie4

 

 

 

 

 

Susan works on the creative development of the films we make. This includes research and interviews, script writing and developing ideas. Her words can be seen on the films we’ve made for the National Trust Scotland, Edinburgh Social Enterprise and John Muir Trust.  

 

Susan has 20 years experience working in the fields of journalism, film and communications. She started her career writing and editing consumer magazines for Future Publishing in the mid-1990s. This included more corporate and marketing work in the 2000s before she took a break in 2005 to study Screen Project Development at the Screen Academy Scotland.

She produced her first award-winning short film, The Problem With Pets, in 2008. Since then she’s worked in communication management positions. This included head of communications for the John Muir Trust before leaving to produce the branding and digital communications forRewilding Britain, and launching the charity with George Monbiot in 2014.

She’s now dedicated to developing and working on more film projects with Dave and DX Films.