Ten galleries of images representing David's work, both personal and professional, over the last 8 years.


If you've tried the books about gear and long for something more, David's poured his heart into 20 books and ebooks for you.


Two carefully curated collections of 24 beautiful fine-art prints and folios for your walls or your personal collection.

Jun 25th


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CategoryPosted in: Lumen Dei Photo Tour & Workshop

Congrats: A Virtual High-Five

Virtual High-Five sent out to Nicole Gibson, one of our Lumen Dei participants in Kashmir. Nicole was the first runner up in the Evrium Photo Contest – you can see her image HERE. I entered this month too – and didn’t place at all. So Nicole isn’t allowed to be my friend anymore but in the spirit of being a good-loser, I’m sending out my kudos all the same. Well done, Nic!

ps  – The link is probably time-sensitive, in a month it’ll probably linkto someone else’s image, so get yer clicking on while you can.

Jun 21st


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CategoryPosted in: Without The Frame

Without The Frame, V

Agra, INDIA. January 2007. I shot this image at the Taj Mahal. It’s one of several hundred I shot there and one of the only ones I like. Shooting an icon like the Taj Mahal is tough. Shooting any icon is difficult, but the building reputed to be the “most photographed building in the world” […]

Jun 20th


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CategoryPosted in: News & Stuff

the pixelated image: limited edition book

I’ve finished the layouts on my limited-edition monograph: the pixelated image. I am now taking expressions of interest. If you want a copy, put your name here, or email me. This is not a pre-order, but as I am limiting this book to a total of 100 copies, the first ones who express interest are […]

Jun 20th


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CategoryPosted in: News & Stuff

Self Publishing:

The world of one-off publishing has grown in leaps and bounds over the last couple years. I’ve toyed with the idea of self-publishing a monograph of my images but never been happy with the quality I was seeing. BLURB looks like a contender – it’s based on an easy-to-use, if not overly simple, free layout […]