VIEW THE PORTFOLIOS

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

READ THE BOOKS

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.

COLLECT THE PRINTS

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

Apr 13th

2007

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CategoryPosted in: Assignments, Awards & Accolades, GEAR, News & Stuff, Travel

New Sponsor Announced: Hardigg Storm Case

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As the locations in which I shoot get dustier, and more extreme, and as the means to get there becomes less and less reliable I have finally conceded the need to use something more bombproof than my current North Face Duffel Bag. I’m also finally conceding that the trend to inline wheels and pull-out handles is here to stay and may just save my back.

To this end, and in support of my focus on women and vulnerable children in the developping world, Hardigg Storm Case has just agreed to partner with me as a sponsor. Hardigg Storm Case becomes the fourth industry leader to back my vision and get me into some exceptional gear.

I will review these cases after my upcoming Lumen Dei trip to India and Nepal, but know already from a friend who has one that the quality and build is exceptional, and the price beats out the competition considerably. Check them out here: STORM CASE

Apr 5th

2007

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CategoryPosted in: Travel

Ethiopia, Rwanda, Uganda: Debrief

After a stunning 58 hours of travel I got home last Sunday from Jinja, Uganda, via Entebbe, via Addis Ababa, via Rome, via Washington DC. My luggage followed a full 36 hours after that. Travel in Africa is always a difficult thing to wrap my head around and I have come to the conclusion that […]

Mar 11th

2007

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CategoryPosted in: GEAR

Hyperdrive Updated: HD Space

It looks like Hyperdrive has updated its product line. I have been using a Hyperdrive HD80 ever since David Honl turned me onto them and since my Epson P4000 seemed good for little more than showing people a few images here and there (don’t get me started on my disappointment with Epson’s P4000). I love […]