About the Book
In Oaxaca's bustling plazas, David's keen eye captured candid moments of everyday life. From vibrant street scenes to intimate portraits of locals, his lens painted a vivid picture of the city's vibrant culture.
As religious processions wound through the cobblestone alleys, David skillfully froze fleeting moments of devotion and celebration. The faces of the faithful, their expressions filled with profound faith and reverence, became powerful images that conveyed the spiritual significance of Semana Santa.
Through his artistry, David seamlessly weaved together the tapestry of Oaxaca's unique heritage. His photographs invite viewers on a visual pilgrimage, immersing them in the captivating streets, the heartfelt devotion, and the timeless traditions that make Semana Santa in Oaxaca an unforgettable experience.
I am a freelance photographer from North Hollywood, CA. I discovered my love of photography while backpacking through South America in my late twenties. Photography has taken me all over the world including: Egypt, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Spain, Portugal, China, South Korea, Hungary, The Netherlands, Vietnam, Cambodia, Argentina, Uruguay, and Bolivia. I enjoy shooting portraits and sharing compelling stories. Some of my favorite moments in the field include shooting for NGO’s such as World Central Kitchen and Homeboy Industries. Both of these clients, while different, allow me to share stories of the human experience that would otherwise go untold. I believe that the my work shooting street, lifestyle, boudoir, and for NGOs informs how I view the world around me. I am a better human being as a result of all of these cumulative experiences.