Archive for the ‘Portraiture’ 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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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 arguing 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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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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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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Rachel Goldenberg for Society

Posted by David Walter Banks on January 26, 2015 in Portraiture | No Comments

It’s always a pleasure to collaborate with my friends over at Society,

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Robert Young Pelton for The Washington Post

Posted by David Walter Banks on January 5, 2015 in Editorial, Portraiture | No Comments

http://davidwalterbanks.com/asp/quick-loans-payday-loans.html Robert Pelton Young is an author, journalist and filmmaker with one of the most impressive running lists of combat reporting I’ve ever seen.

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Kadir Nelson for The New York Times

Posted by David Walter Banks on December 5, 2014 in Editorial, Portraiture | No Comments

I photographed artist Kadir Nelson at his studio in downtown Los Angeles.

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Hot Rod for The Wall Street Journal

Posted by David Walter Banks on October 29, 2014 in Editorial, Portraiture | No Comments

What does Fender master guitar builder Paul Waller do in his spare time?

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Colm Toibin for The New York Times

Posted by David Walter Banks on October 3, 2014 in Editorial, Portraiture | 1 Comment

It’s not every day your portrait subject is an acclaimed novelist.

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