|From studying computer science and astronomy to working as a carpenter and fast food artist, David Quiring’s path into photography has been interesting, and needless to say, convoluted. Contrary to the hoards of photographers who claim to have been snapping photos on their way out of the womb, David was not born taking photographs. Prairie raised, he grew up appreciating beauty particularly in nature, and uncovering his own unique view of the world. Finding photography in 2007 gave him the opportunity to share his individual perspective with others. Day by day, he refines his craft and vision into something that is unmistakably his own.
Fuelled by an ever growing passion for photography, David has traveled across Canada and overseas, gathering a wide gamut of life experiences. With an open heart and an appreciation for the little things, he enjoys connecting with people around the world and breaching the language gap through the language of images. David has most recently photographed his way through South East Asia and, a little closer to home but just as foreign, the polar bears of Churchill, Manitoba, in Canada. When home, David focuses his talents on photojournalism, commercial opportunities, live music, and special event coverage.
Eager to collaborate, David invests himself personally in all his assignments and strives to be the best visual storyteller possible.