David Moore joined Through Each Others Eyes in the fall of 2012 and traveled on his first exchange, with TEOE photographer Jason Grubb, to Sonora, Mexico, in December. A commercial photographer, David's product photography has been in numerous catalogs, including Nieman Marcus, Living Arts, Athleta, and Sundance. He has shot food for Blimpie’s, Coldstone, Taco Time and Peter Piper Pizza. Cookbooks and magazines such as Phoenix Home and Garden, Bon Appetit, and Food and Lifestyle, have also called upon David’s keen eye and easy going nature to present professional digital images.
David has been shooting digitally for sometime now but he has a strong foundation in the formal fundamentals of Photography. Those Fundamentals were inspired by watching Ansel Adams print in his Carmel darkroom. Prior to the digital age of photography David taught Fine Art Photography in Los Angeles at various Colleges and produced a workshop for UCLA Extension, “Images without Darkrooms”, through which he taught alternative process such as Palladium, Platinum, Gum Bichromate and Photo Etching. This ran successfully for years till he moved to Arizona to pursue his commercial photography interests. His website is www.davidbmoore.com