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David is a Texas born outdoors and photography lover. Located in Calgary, Canada for almost 40 years he calls the Rocky Mountains his home. You can usually find him exploring some beautiful location off in the woods. His work has graced the pages of many publications, walls and screens world wide. Collectors find solace in his fine art that hang in many homes around the globe.
“Being a photographer has opened my eyes to just how incredible our planet is!” – David 
His passion for photography and the planet truly took flight in 2015 on his first of many trips to Iceland (Davids “second home”). For almost a decade David has dedicated his life to bringing the beauty of the planet to all of you. From traveling to far off lands catching a glimpse of light on a mountain range to exploring the remote wilderness to capture wildlife and their beauty.  Being a colourblind photographer, David faces many challenges in his craft but explains “The absence of colour lets me focus on all the other little details”. His unique vision creates stunning results that pull you into a photograph and makes you feel the moments.
David is a Texas born outdoors and photography lover. Located in Calgary, Canada for almost 40 years he calls the Rocky Mountains his home. You can usually find him exploring some beautiful location off in the woods. His work has graced the pages of many publications, walls and screens world wide. Collectors find solace in his fine art that hang in many homes around the globe.
“Being a photographer has opened my eyes to just how incredible our planet is!” – David 
His passion for photography and the planet truly took flight in 2015 on his first of many trips to Iceland (Davids “second home”). For almost a decade David has dedicated his life to bringing the beauty of the planet to all of you. From traveling to far off lands catching a glimpse of light on a mountain range to exploring the remote wilderness to capture wildlife and their beauty.  Being a colourblind photographer, David faces many challenges in his craft but explains “The absence of colour lets me focus on all the other little details”. His unique vision creates stunning results that pull you into a photograph and makes you feel the moments.
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Ambassadorships

Education:

Toronto Film Institute – 2004-2006 

Accreditations:

Nationaly Accredited Landscape Photographer (PPOC)

Events:

The Camera Store 2019 – Travel Photography (Intro)

The Camera Store 2019 – Travel Photography (full)

Sony BeAlpha Live 2021 – B&H Booth -Responsible Wildlife Photography

B&H Photo 2021 -“5 Tips for Respectful Wildlife Photography” 

B&H Photo 2021 -Wildlife Week – “Keeping it Wild – A Conversation about wildlife photography”

Publishing (print):

Bosch eBike Catalogue – 2022

Digital Photographer Magazine –  Issue 227 – 2020

Digital Photographer Magazine – Issue 226 – 2020

Digit Camera Magazine Issue 223 – 2019

Metro Photo Competition 2007 – First Place Canadian – (Lafarge Trails)

Rogers Magazine 2006 – Upcoming musicians article

 

Publishing (online):

The Weather Channel – Featured Image “Chinook” – 2022

New York Post – Written Article and video March 2019

dailymail.co.uk – Written Article March 2019

diyphotography.net – Written Article March 2019

petapixel.com – Written Article March 2019

fstoppers.com – Written Article March 2019

fstoppers.com – Written Article Jan 2019

fstoppers.com – Written Article Jan 2019

The Weather Network – Photo Feature 2014 – (Wrath) 

fstoppers.com – Photo of the Day Jan 2 2017 (Sunburst Sunset)

fstoppers.com – Photographer of the Month Jan 2017 

Canadian Destinations – Photo Feature Jan 5 2017 (Walk the Line)

Stone Ridge Mountain Resort – Photo Feature Jan 8 2017 (Walk the Line)

CBC.ca – Various Wildlife Articles – 2017 (Yogi)

Nikon Canada – Photo Feature – June and May 2017 (Beam Me Up and Cape Spear)

Outdoor Photography Canada – Photo Feature –  April 2017  (Sunwapta Falls)

Canada Geo Magazine – Photo Feature – Sept 2017  (Niblet Views)

  National Geographic – Your Shot – 2017

National Geographic – Your Shot Editors Choice – 2019

Enchroma – Colourblind Article – 2019

 

Solo Exhibitions:

Deville Coffee – Calgary – 2016 to present

 

Group Exhibitions:

Metro Photo Competition – Edmonton 2009 – (Lafarge Trails)

Western Photography Showcase – Calgary Stampede 2016

Radljost – Icelandic Show – Resolve Photo 2016

Exposure Festival – Motion Gallery 2017 

Exposure Festival – Emerging Photographer Showcase 2017 

Western Photography Showcase – Calgary Stampede 2017

Western Photography Showcase – Calgary Stampede 2018

Nikon Canada TIFF Gallery – Toronto 2019

 

TV, Cinema & Online Appearances:

The Weather Channel – Featured Image “Chinook” – 2022

LeWe TF1 News – Ice Cave Interview – Iceland 2019

New York Post – Colourblind Video – 2019

Daily Mail – Colourblind Video & Article – 2019

DIY Photography – Colourblind Video & Article – 2019

PetaPixel – Colourblind Video & Article – 2019

Story Trender – Colourblind Article – 2019

Right This Minute – Colourblind Video & Article – 2019

NewsyPeople – Colourblind Video & Article – 2019

Unilad – Colourblind Video (400k views) – 2019

USA Today – Colourblind Video & Interview – 2019

 

Awards:

Metro Photo Competition 2007 – First Place Canadian – (lafarge trails)

Epson Pano Awards 2015 – Bronze Award Open and Amateur class – (sky on fire, aurora pond, flat rock, shifty, ocean bound)

Epson Pano Awards 2016 – Silver Award Amateur class – (sleeping giant, hourglass, winter reflections)

Epson Pano Awards 2016 – Bronze Award Open class – (banff under goliath, three sisters reflection, milky way, chinook arch, golden beach, winter reflections)

Awards 2017
Awards
Awards 2015