Archive for the ‘Documentary’ Category

Cinema Vehicles for The Wall Street Journal

This is one of a few assignments as of late that has given me immense enjoyment photographing inanimate objects. I’ll start off by rebuking the term I just used in arguingĀ that simply because an object does not breathe, change or live does not mandate it has no life of it’s own.

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Dolby: Experiential Innovators

Posted by David Walter Banks on May 24, 2015 in Documentary, Editorial | No Comments

After 50 years and counting, Dolby Laboratories continues to lead the charge in innovating the movie-going experience

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My Waking Life: Memory and Perception

At a recent dinner with wonderful creative friends, conversation turned to the topic of memory, and more specifically our perceptions of memory.

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Death Valley for GONE

For me, it is a dream request to hit the road through desolate beautiful rural spaces where the journey is the destination.

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Shelby Lynne, The Soulful Southern Gothic Queen of the California Desert

Posted by David Walter Banks on May 2, 2015 in Documentary, Editorial | No Comments

The Soulful Southern Gothic Queen of the California Desert, 0r that’s the moniker I bestow her anyway. I must start by saying that, yes, I did fall a bit in love with the aura of this rock goddess 14-years my senior, but only the type of crush a boy develops 14-years my junior.

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The Batmobile and 20 other shoots

Posted by David Walter Banks on April 6, 2015 in Documentary, Editorial, Portraiture | No Comments

Spring cleaning. It’s more of a quarterly practice for me. And not just cleaning out behind the refrigerator, and organizing the closet, but a reorganization and catch-up on my entire life. From the stacks of paperwork to the distant relationships in need of rekindling

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Vanagons and Vagabonds

Posted by David Walter Banks on February 2, 2015 in Documentary, Lifestyle, Personal, Travel | No Comments

No better way to make a new friend than to embark on an exploration alongside them.

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Greece

Posted by David Walter Banks on November 28, 2014 in Documentary, Personal, Travel | No Comments

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

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