David "Dave" Meyers is a popular American music video director known for being creative and inventive. He has directed almost 200 high-profile videos including Jay-Z's 'Dirt Off Your Shoulder', Brandy's 'Talk About Our Love', Hilary Duff's 'Come Clean', and Dave Matthews Band's 'The Space Between'. He is also a frequent collaborater with Pink, and Missy Elliott, with whom he co-directed Lose Control, winning the Grammy Award for Best Short Form Music Video in 2006.
Meyers enrolled into Loyola Marymount University upon graduation from Berkeley High School (California), acquired degrees in Film Production and Philosophy, and worked his way through the studio systems at Paramount and Fox before filming his first music video with underground rap crew The Whoridas. He once said "I think there is always about 80 percent of the music videos playing that are lousy." His video for 'Work It' won the 2003 MTV Video Music Award for Best Video of the Year. He directed the 1999 Eddie Griffin comedy Foolish, and this year's remake of The Hitcher (2007 film).