Duane Conder has more than 25 years experience as a director/DP, editor and motion graphics designer for many successful film and video projects. He has received numerous nominations and awards for editing and has received acclaim for his work over the years. Through the 1990s, Conder had steady work behind (and in front of) the camera on shows like Walker, Texas Ranger, Real Stories of the Highway Patrol and Barney and Friends— all in his home market of Dallas, Texas. He had steady corporate clients as well; shooting, producing and directing projects for clients that span from ABC to Zegna. Conder received calls regularly from companies large and small. PricewaterhouseCoopers, Discovery News, Good Morning America and GE all had Conder in the rolodex. The prospect of new, different and exciting work on the so-called “digital coast” brought Conder to Los Angeles. It was during this time that he began to realize that no matter how interesting or creative the work, if the people behind it weren’t real, then in the big scheme of things, neither was the work he was doing for them.