15.TICC - The Improvisers' Chamber Choir, conductor Jenni Roditi(non-registered)
David - thank you so much - very arresting images - captured under difficult circumstances ... ! Photographing singers is especially hard as faces do strange things when vocalizing - you managed to capture the essence of the energy of the performance and commitment of the artists. Excellent. Jenni
David visited our Mind offices recently to take some photos for our Annual Impact report. It was a pleasure to meet David and his passion for photography and the power of its messaging was evident.
We are extremely pleased with the photos David has done for us, and the way he worked with both staff and clients at our charity (providing mental health services in East London) with sensitivity and skill to really engage with people, resulting in some really lovely shots. Thank you!
Wonderful photos of the Club Inegales 'Found in Translation' event! They really capture the atmosphere, and focus of the evening. Thank you so much for letting me use one of the images in my blog post about the performance.
David, every time I visit your website you bring a smile on my face. I just love your street photography and your portraits. It's always a pleasure to visit your website and to watch your great work!
Greetings from the Netherlands, Gert Jan www.gertjanhermus.nl
I hadn't seen David's work for some years and am so impressed by the quality of his photographs now. I find his skill in engaging with the subjects and capturing the essence and drawing the viewer in, really what makes an image more than just a good photo. I will certainly watch out for his work.
I had the pleasure of meeting David last weekend when he came to stay at Ryedale House my B&B in Helmsley. They went to the Proms at Castle Howard and took some amazing photographs of the crowds in black tie to patriotic dress, although it rained heavily, it seemed to be fun for all! Hope to see you again soon.
I had the pleasure of meeting David when he was on a visit to Cape Town about 4 years ago, while I was working at Orms, Photolab as a retouching artist. David was fairly new to the finer points of digital editing and needed advice. After we had successfully worked together the first time, David continued to send me files from London and to bring his memory cards on every visit to Cape Town. In effect, we worked together as a team so that I got to know and understand his ideas, his vision for the images and his unbelievable passion of photography. I am proud to know David, to have helped him at such an important stage in his development and above all to have shared in his enthusiasm and passion for photography. I wish him all the very best for the future and look forward to seeing new work from him soon.