My name is Davin, I'm a photographer based out of Colorado. I'm an observer of lines, colors and perspectives, moments loud and quiet. I find magic in things that others pass by. I am self-taught in photography, shooting both film and digital, but studied Sociology, which taught me to pay closer attention to the world around- we can never be too attentive. I find myself drawn to the unplanned, in-between and everyday.

I love to work alongside people and thrive on human connection. I feel the need to be connected to the images I'm taking, so I often find myself immersed in the scene or environment before shooting; this produces a product I believe to feel genuine and whimsical.

When I don't have a camera, I find myself lost in the wild- fishing, skiing, camping- or with family and friends in the backyard around a fire. I love to work with my hands and restoring/remodeling vintage trailers has been my means for that. Photography helps me join with people and working with my hands helps me join with the earth- these are both a journal for me. I desire a steady and quiet life: one full of simplicity and meaning.

My commercial photography won the largest ad award in the city of Philadelphia in 2015. It has also been featured in publications and media by OtterBox, Will Leather Goods, NASCAR, Comcast, Sanborn Canoe Company, Furniture Row Racing, Working to Give, and Azusa Pacific University. 

I also take on a select number of weddings each year. To see my wedding portfolio, go to www.weddingsbydavin.com.

For more information on my work, to get in touch regarding employment opportunities, or to just say hello, feel free to get in touch.

“To live content with small means. To seek elegance rather than luxury, and refinement rather than fashion. To be worthy not respectable, and wealthy not rich. To listen to stars and birds and babes and sages with an open heart. To study hard, think quietly, act frankly, talk gently, await occasions. Never hurry. In a word, to let the spiritual, the unbidden and the unconscious rise up through the common. This is my symphony.”
- William Henry Channing

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