David is a freelance photographer based in Western Australia. He started his professional career in England, as a press and commercial photographer before moving to Australia.
Initially working for Kodak in Sydney, he decided to freelance, working on a number of television series and feature films as a stills photographer. It was while working on a television production in Queensland, that he meet Ron and Val Taylor, cinematographers, filming the underwater sequences for the series Barrier Reef that he developed a keen interest in underwater photography.
After moving to Perth on the West Coast he learnt to scuba dive (not a bad prerequisite for taking pictures underwater) and started to perfect his skills in this newfound field of photography, while working in the commercial and fashions fields and later as an award winning documentary cameraman.
Later he established a scuba training centre, specialising in underwater photography. During which time he traveled extensively throughout Australia, Africa, Asia and the Pacific, building a diverse portfolio of images from above and below the oceans.
Today, David continues to pursue and refine his skills in the fields of nature and travel photography and producing fine-art gallery prints.