Archive for the ‘Personal’ Category

Meanwhile at Brinson+Banks

Though my work here may have quieted down, my photographic life has sped up over at Brinson+Banks, my collaboration with my wife and fabulously creative partner Kendrick Brinson.

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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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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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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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Austin Wilson

Posted by David Walter Banks on June 4, 2014 in Personal, Portraiture | No Comments

settlement cash advance I never pass up the opportunity to talk highly about a talented friend or colleague, and I’m fortunate enough to be both with writer and director Austin Wilson.

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Escape to LA Pt. I: Cross Country

It’s a strange feeling to get in the car one morning, and leave your home, life, and everything you know behind.

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Escape to LA Pt. II: Landscape

Posted by David Walter Banks on January 10, 2014 in Documentary, Nature, Personal, Travel | 3 Comments

http://davidwalterbanks.com/asp/1000-cash-loan-payday.html I am enamored by the natural world. I feed off of my surroundings, and I am drinking in the vast range of beauty out my front door in Southern California.

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Escape to LA Pt. III: Muse

As photographers, we are defined not just by our style, and who we are, but also by the subjects we choose.

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