David Prince Photography

Posted: August 17, 2015

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Client:
David Prince Photography
Designer(s):
Photography:
David Prince
Bindery:
Text pages are folded then stacked. Cover wraps around the stack
Printer:
Brilliant Graphics
Paper:
Cover: Mohawk Options Vellum Crystal White 65C/176 GSM | Text Pages 3-14: Mohawk Options Navajo Smooth Brilliant White 100T/148GSM | Text Pages 15-26: Mohawk Options Smooth 100% PC White 100T/148GSM

David Prince is a New York City-based photographer who specializes in food, interiors, fashion accessories and still-life imagery.

Represented by Art Department, Prince’s client list reads like a ‘who’s who’ of luxury brands – Louis Vuitton, Jo Malone, Anthropologie, Brooks Brothers, Coach, Rolex, Tiffany, Ralph Lauren, Cole Haan, Athleta, Starwood Hotels, Nordstrom, to name a few.

His work has appeared in The Wall Street JournalReal SimpleTown & CountryVanity FairVogue,Esquire among other publications.

When David was younger he was interested in objects and collecting, as well as fashion, cooking and architecture.  He never thought of himself as a photographer, but realized that by taking pictures he could combine all of his interests. When not working, he is often traveling and hiking to adventurous locales – the top of Kilimanjaro, the Atlas mountains of Morocco and throughout Greenland.

“I love what I do and have a passion for life.  I try to live the life of my work and believe that worldly experiences and touching one’s senses is crucial for your audience to believe the work,” said Prince.

His photography is timeless, transcending the ordinary and elevating subjects to art. His work does exactly what it is intended to do: it makes you drool, crave, covet, sigh, dream, and admire the expertise that creates such beauty.

Brilliant Graphics of Exton, Pennsylvania printed David’s latest portfolio on a selection of Mohawk Options Inxwell papers to capture every detail in the imagery. From the soft fringe on an artfully draped shawl to the subtle fins of a delicate mushroom, every grain, wrinkle and crack is visible in all its minute glory.

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