"Great photography is about depth of feeling, not depth of field.”
Photography is my way of dealing with the world, people, stories, places, experiences. Essentially it is about feelings, emotions, and expression.
Graduated as a master in archaeology, and having followed the post-graduate program of social and cultural anthropology my focus is centered on people.
All you need is light
I feel what I photograph rather than what I actually see, and feelings, shadow, and light are my guiding principles. To me, photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. You can look at a picture for a week and never think about it again. You can also look at a photo for a second and think about it all your life. Photography gives you the opportunity to use everything you are to tell your story.
My photographic work focuses on street, portrait, fashion, documentary and fine art photography
'David is concentrating on making layered compositions with excellent use of the frame and the needed poetry and attention to details which enhance the narrative. I feel a loneliness when I look at the work but I also feel an unexplainable sense of warmth.'
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Recent Photo Awards:
-Moscow Foto Awards 2021 Winner in categories 'People-Portrait' and 'People-Culture' for the series 'Cry Me A River', series that portrays the Flemish graphical artist Annemieke Van Barlingen
-Tokyo International Foto Awards 2020 Winner in category 'People-Portrait' with series 'The One Who Fell From Grace With The Sea', still life portraits of a woman bathing in milk
-Moscow Foto Awards 2020 Honorable Mention in the category 'People-Life Style' for 'Dancer in the Dark', portrayal of French movement explorer Luna Ananda in old the docklands of Amsterdam
-Moscow Foto Awards 2019 Honorable Mention for 'In Praise of Bathing Shadows'
-Tokyo International Foto Awards 2019 Winner in category 'Portfolio-Fine Art' with series 'La Vedova Siciliana' (portraits of a widow)
-Selection Finals Siena International Photo Awards 2019 both for ‘3 moons’ (street photography) as well as ‘In Praise of Bathing Shadows’ in category ‘storytelling’
-Monochrome Awards 2018 2nd Prize Professional Street Photography for Trinity (street photography on trinity)
-Monochrome Awards 2018 Honorable Mention for On the Verge of a New Beginning (portrait of street youth)
-Tokyo International Foto Awards 2018 Honorable Mention for Reflections (photojournalism on drugs)
-International Photography Awards 2018 Honorable Mention for Mirroring Beauty (portraits of people with dementia)