Graduating with an MFA in Photography with distinction in 2020 after achieving a first-class Hons degree in 2017 from Ulster University.
Davids personal work utilises conceptual and documentary approaches to explore states of mind, place and the boundaries physical and psychological that can hold us in-between.
His most recent work, ‘a place to sleep,’ examines his position within the boundaries of the provincial town he calls home.
Interested in Landscapes’ power to both delight and disturb. David, like the writers of the sad songs’, looks to find harmony in that dissonance.
Showing work in both solo and group exhibitions, commissioned most recently as part of the renowned ‘SIXTEEN’ exhibition – which toured in 2019 throughout the UK including Belfast Exposed Photography Gallery, FORMAT International Photography Festival etc.
His portrait of Patrick Adams made as part of the Sixteen project was published on the cover of the Guardian weekend magazine.
His commissioned practice as a freelance photographer consist of Socially engaged projects like ‘the Sixteen-touring exhibition, as well as providing images for clients such the BBC / Martian parr, Ulster Orchestras, OH yeah music center and the Ulster University to name a few.
Locations: United Kingdom