Archive for the ‘Documentary’ Category

Greece

Posted by David Walter Banks on November 28, 2014 in Documentary, Personal, Travel | 1 Comment

The older I get the more I realize how much I have to learn, yet the more my view on my own life seems to come into focus.

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Patagonia Lunch Break for The Washington Post

Posted by David Walter Banks on October 30, 2014 in Documentary, Editorial, Lifestyle | No Comments

You think your work environment is unhealthy? Well, then, it probably is.

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A Fevered Dream

Soul searching pulled me West. Once here, the desert snuck in through the back door of the recesses of my mind, where imagination reins, subservient only to an unflinching curiosity.

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Snoop Lion + Trinidad James

Posted by David Walter Banks on July 9, 2014 in Documentary, Lifestyle, Portraiture | 1 Comment

On a recent social media shoot for Adidas, I had the pleasure of photographing the infamous and incomparable Snoop Dogg, aka., Snoop Lion, aka., Tha Doggfather, aka., Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr.

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Skirball for The New York Times

Posted by David Walter Banks on July 1, 2014 in Documentary, Editorial | No Comments

Jewish history and heritage and lions and boats and lighting and rainbows, oh my…

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The Education Beat

Posted by David Walter Banks on June 30, 2014 in Documentary, Editorial, Portraiture | 1 Comment
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Social Media Marketing for The Wall Street Journal

Posted by David Walter Banks on June 24, 2014 in Documentary, Editorial | No Comments

In this life of duality I lead

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Davinci Science for Education Week

Posted by David Walter Banks on June 20, 2014 in Documentary, Editorial | No Comments

There are few schools I have stepped foot in that built more respect in my in a short period of time than the Da Vinci public charter school system has.

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Davinci Innovation Academy for Education Week

Posted by David Walter Banks on June 18, 2014 in Documentary, Editorial | No Comments

I was interviewed for the Education Week blog about this shoot, and since I don’t think I can say it any better, I’ll borrow from my own words.

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