What David most enjoys about photography is capturing the essence of a person or place. He approaches each assignment with a sensitivity and clarity of focus that enables him to convey the depth of a story even without words. Early in his career, he worked in fashion photography in Europe before pursuing a PhD and teaching philosophy. He returned to photography after his studies in aesthetics reminded him of the power of pictures.
David feels fortunate to be able to indulge his love of travel and meeting new people with stimulating photo assignments in places near and far. His work has taken him from the concrete of New York to the jungles of India, from the streets of Paris to the deserts of Africa. Whether working with NGOs in the field, executives in boardrooms, or art directors in the studio, He brings to each project the organizational skills and attention to detail necessary to handle a production of any size. He’s also told he is easy to work with – that his warmth and humor put his subjects at ease.
David resides in Minneapolis with his wife, son, two cats, a lizard, a hamster, a fish, and a frog.
Clients include: Medtronic, Olson, Nike Bauer, Spunk Design Machine, Weber Shandwick Worldwide, Disney, Conde Nast, Mother Jones, SPIN, Nike Sports Specialties, National Law Review, American Lawyer Magazine, Catholic Relief Services, University of Minnesota, Points of Light Foundation, Minnesota Monthly, Minneapolis-St. Paul Magazine, Utne Reader, Boston Globe, Corporate Report Minnesota, Minneapolis-St. Paul City Business.