About David

“Taking pictures is like tiptoeing into the kitchen in the middle of the night and stealing Oreos.” – Diane Arbus


I carry a camera almost everywere I go. On this website are some of the images that caught my eye or were shot as part of an assignment. In 1971 or 1972, when I was 9 or 10, my brother-in-law Michael, introduced me to the camera on the back stoop of our home in Timonium, Maryland. Its been an extension of my right hand ever since.

Work and Publication History

  • The Paducah Sun, 1977-1981
    • Freelance Photojournalist
    • Regional Daily Newspaper
  • The College Heights Herald, 1981-1983
    • Staff Photographer
    • Western Kentucky University Student Publication
  • The Courier Journal, 1984-2009
    • Freelance Photojournalist
    • Regional daily newspaper

Where Did I Go?

Life happened.

And I am ever thankful it did as I ended up with two wonderful kids who joined us in 1993 and 1997. Two kids meant delivering a more steady stream of income. So, in order to provide, I gladly accepted opportunities that did not involve me and my camera. I still shot photos, but not as a full time gig.

Awards and Recognition

This section is currently blank. While I have shot photographs worthy of recognition, I have never entered a competition. Not yet.

Whats Next?

My kids are grown and adults now. While I like to think they still need me, they are soaring on their own. I now find myself with the unique opportunity to return to photojournalism and have elected to do so with gusto.

I am developing several photo projects that will be published or shared in some form or fashion.

Please note: The photos above were shot by my brother Mark, my son Cooper, or myself.