Dave Franco

Dave Franco

Dave Franco


Dave Franco is a videographer for Newsy. He has worked in film and video for over a decade. He got his bachelor's degree in film from the University of Colorado at Denver. He hopes that through his work, he can bring clarity to the world as seen through the lens of a camera.

Recent Work
Voters listen to candidates

Crunch Time: Democratic Candidates Make Final Plea To Iowans

A coronavirus patient is transferred by an ambulance in Hong Kong.

The U.S. Still Isn't Sure How Coronavirus Spreads

Doctors perform brain surgery on a patient with severe OCD.

Inside A Risky, Rare Brain Surgery For OCD

A smart speaker and cell phone can connect patients with health records and medical information.

Voice Technology In Hospitals Brings Benefits And Risks For Patients

Part of DHS's booth at CES 2020.

At CES, The Government Wants New Tech For Public Health and Safety

A VR display at CES 2020.

How Virtual Reality Could Help Patients Battling Substance Use

Wearable tech on display at CES 2020.

How Much Can Wearable Tech Influence Your Health?

Impossible meat at CES 2020.

Your Meatless Protein Options Now Include Impossible Pork

Sex tech exhibitor Lora DiCarlo shows devices at CES 2020.

This Year, Health And Wellness At CES Includes Sex Tech

A meditation session at The Mind Gym in Centennial, Colorado.

Inside A Gym For Your Mind And Mental Health

Health care and mass shootings top what is stressing out Americans, according to an APA survey.

This Year Americans Are Most Stressed About Gun Violence, Health Care

Pete Buttigieg Works To Gain Support Of Voters Of Color In Nevada

A proof-of-concept app that could help with the treatment of schizophrenia.

Could Artificial Intelligence Help Patients With Schizophrenia?

A 2015 study showed 62 percent of Americans stress over things like scheduling, money & staying healthy during the holidays.

The Difference Between Holiday Blues And True Anxiety Or Depression

Technology is only partially responsible for teen inactivity, WHO says.

81% Of The World's 11-To-17-Year-Olds Aren't Active Enough

A father and son after the shooting at Saugus High School on Thursday, Nov. 14.

After A Shooting, Mental Health Needs Are Immediate

Saugus High School on Nov. 15, 2019.

Emergency Training Helped Victims Minutes After California Shooting

Pre-school students are among the thousands of children who faced traumatic evacuations in on November 8, 2018.

Assessing Kids' Mental Health A Year After The Camp Fire

Crosses line the road leading into Paradise, California.

Mental Health Struggles Set In As Camp Fire Anniversary Nears

Crews removed debris near burned out cars in Paradise, California.

Public Health Concerns Remain One Year After CA's Deadliest Fire

A town sign outside Paradise, CA

A Year After The Deadly Camp Fire, Paradise Is Still Cleaning Up

Inerviewing the Mayor of Paradise, CA

Mayor On Camp Fire Anniversary: 'We're Not Survivors, We're Pioneers'

Nola Hyland and Betsey Landis

Los Angeles Residents Say They're Getting Used To Wildfire Evacuations

A fire crew leaving base camp to go fight the Getty Fire

A Look At The Firefighters Working To Contain The Getty Fire

Madison Webb, 22, undergoes chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer.

22 Year Old Breast Cancer Patient Shares Challenges Of Young Diagnosis

Creators Of New Voter Mapping Tool Hope To Expand Electorate In 2020

CNN / New York Times debate stage

12 Candidates Square Off In Ohio Democratic Primary Debate

Children at an HHS-operated facility.

Separated Migrant Children Experience Long-Lasting Mental Impacts

Millennial consumers are a big part of the clothing rental market

Growth Of Sharing Economy Illustrates Unclear Future For Ownership

red wine being poured in red wine glass

Uncorked: A Newsy Investigation Of The Elite Wine World