I kind of fell into photography by accident – no art school or formal training – I fell in love with the medium and started taking photos. Along the way I learned what I needed to know about food, product, architecture, portraits, corporate, etc., to take the photos that my clients needed. I was good but not a particularly creative photographer.
Everything changed with the introduction of high quality digital cameras and the consolidation and expansion of stock photography.
I realized that I would need to stand out in the coming years, and so began a journey to develop a creative vision that was uniquely my own.
As someone once said, “The joy is in the journey." Look around. If you like what you see, I’d love to discuss your next project with you.
There is a second website that focuses on Portrait and Fine Art Photography at:
David is a past member of the American Society of Media Photographers, Advertising Photographers of America and Professional Photographers of America and has served on the advisory committee of Fullerton College and the Art Institute of California in Hollywood.