Category Archives: Photojournalism

The New York Times photography assignment & Sunday centerpiece: “A Dying Young Woman’s Hope in Cryonics and a Future”

In my career as a photojournalist I am often asked what is the most interesting thing I have ever photographed. This has always proven to be something I have never been able to wholeheartedly answer. I have had many unique experiences and have met many fascinating people over the years but there was not that […]

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Photographing Arizona Wine Country for Phoenix Magazine

Awake long before dawn I arrived in Cornville, Arizona at the Javelina Leap vineyard & winery as crews of volunteers filled the long rows of grapes. Harvesting the fruit that would become Tempranillo, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon to name a few. Many vineyards line the valley on Page Springs Road. It is a beautiful drive […]

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Published in Arizona Highways!

David leaps from a cliff during a canyoneering trip through Devil’s Canyon. Arizona Highways magazine highlights the most splendid, unique and downright glorious places in our state. Looking at Highways is an inspiration for nature and landscape photographers everywhere. Getting published for the first time in Arizona Highways this month was truly a thrill. I […]

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Phoenix Magazine- Birth in Arizona

Photographing this feature for Phoenix Magazine I got to be around a bunch of beautiful pregnant bellies and the dedicated healthcare providers that care for both mom and baby. Arizona has above average birth rates so this magazine piece looks at the different options are that are available out there for expectant mothers, from home […]

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Live. Work. Farm.

Agritopia in Gilbert, Arizona is a planned community with agriculture as its centerpiece. Working with the New York Times I got an inside look at the many different aspects of life in this unique planned community. It is peaceful to walk through the farm and see all of the organic produce growing, knowing that much […]

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