Davis Guggenheim is a critically acclaimed, Academy Award-winning director and producer. His executive producer credits include the films Boys State, Time, A Thousand Cuts, and Where's My Roy Cohn?. As a director, Guggenheim has made films such as Waiting For Superman, It Might Get Loud and He Named Me Malala. His film, An Inconvenient Truth, featuring former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, won the Oscar for Best Documentary in 2007. Davis directed multiple films for President Obama, including convention films in 2008, 2012 and 2016, and President Joe Biden for the 2020 Democratic National Convention. Guggenheim previously worked in television as a director and producer of the Emmy Award-winning HBO series Deadwood. His television directing credits also include episodes of The Sheild, Alias, 24, NYPD Blue, and ER.
In 2017, Guggenheim founded Concordia Studio based in Venice, CA. He currently serves as Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Nonfiction.