David K. Liskin

David K. Liskin was born in Englewood, New Jersey. At Dwight Morrow High School, he was a Division III State Champion in Track in the 100 meters. He accepted a full Athletic Scholarship to the University of Maryland where he was a member of their ACC Championship Team. He completed his studies in Pre-Med with a major in Horticulture. He did his MS in Plant Physiology at the University of Rhode Island and studied Quantum Mechanics at St Josephs University. After two years of scientific research and the awarding of a US Patent in Plant Growth Regulation, David was recruited by Scientific Life Systems where he assisted former Secretary of the Treasury, William B. Simon and, Director of the CIA, William Casey. While working at SLS, David joined the US Bobsled Team and had the distinction of representing the United States of America in the World Championships.

In 1978 he joined Nautilus Sports Medical Systems and, under the tutelage of the legendary Arthur Jones, created the Nautilus Television Network. In 1983 he founded LMA, a full service Television Production Company. In 1984 he moved to Los Angles California to produce 65 episodes of “Feeling Great”, a program he created and owned. In the thirty years that followed, David worked for clients as diverse as CBS, Fox Television, the US Government, Martin Marietta Aerospace, Eli Lilly, Genentech and Sybervision. He has produced literally hundreds of programs and traveled to South America, Europe, Scandinavia, the Pacific and the Mid-East in order to do so.  His long term partnership with Broadcaster John Madden resulted in Super Bowl Specials, national ads for Chrysler, Ace and Electronic Arts and ultimately the creation of one of the finest and largest TV Production facilities in Northern California.
 
David currently serves on several Boards and is President of his family’s Charitable Trust. At present he is devoting the majority of his time to Sand and Sea Productions in Carmel California. His focus is the development of original content for the internet and Broadcast and Cable Television.