• Higley High School Video Production Instructor, David Nuttall
    Mr. David Nuttall

    Phone: 480.279.7436

    Education: Masters in Education Administration & Supervision (ASU)

    Office Hours
    Every Morning: 6:45AM - 7:20AM
    Wednesday: 2:20PM - 3:30PM
    Thursday: 2:20AM - 4:00PM

    About Me
    I grew up in Mesa, Arizona, graduating from Mesa High School where I played varsity football and cultivated a love of video production. I have earned two degrees from Arizona State University and love Sun Devil football. I have been married for 16 years and have three children (14, 11, 7). My passions include my family, film production, and following NBA basketball. This is my 15th year teaching at Higley High School.
    Professional Recognition
    Town of Gilbert Educator of the Year 2016
    Higley High School Teacher of the Year 2010 

    Educational Philosophy
    I expect great things from those I teach.  I believe that each student is capable of achieving far more than they typically believe is possible. I view each student as an individual and will do all within my ability to help them succeed.  I am on their side. 

    Student Recognition
    12 Higley TV broadcasting students win national awards at the 2017 Journalism Education Association National Convention in Seattle. 
    JEA Award Winners, News Package, Kaitlyn and Rachel
    JEA Winners, Public Service Announcement, Tyler and Jonah
    The Studio Crew 1017. Seattle, Washington
    Higley Film Student Student Wins National Award.
    Cody Carlson wins national film award at the 2012 Student Film Festival for Talented Youth in Seattle. 
    HIGLEY-WOOD? Higley High Film Students have earned national recognition for their film program. 
    Student's Documentary Film Takes Top Prize, Newspaper Headline 
    Ricky Nelles wins Best Documentary film award at the 2010 Student Television Network National Convention in Orlando.
    Nick Martinez and Eliana Howard win Best Cinematography for their short film, Courier West. 
    Nick Martinez wins Best Cinematography film award at the 2009 Student Television Network National Convention in Los Angeles. 
    Higley Filmmakers shoot to the top, winning Higley High School's first national film award. Students won Best Editing for their film submission, Paradigm shift.
    Tony Perea and Jordan Moen win Best Editing film award at the 2008 Student Television Network National Convention in Orlando. 
Last Modified on September 19, 2017