2020 — New York, USA
About this series
With balletic shapeshifting, the fragile choreography of nature’s digression renders the familiar as abstract. With the intricate anatomy laid bare and decay suspended, these studies reveal transgressions and overlooked passages in traditional botanical photography.
Still life photographer David Lewis Taylor maintains a sun-filled studio in New York City where he shoots advertising photography, commercial photography and editorial. His clients include numerous magazine publishers, advertising agencies, leading interior designers and creative entrepreneurs. His dedication to the foundation of his chosen media and his embrace of the field’s evolving technology have served him well in his chosen areas of specialization, still life product, jewelry photography and cosmetic photography. His artistic endeavors culminated in photography exhibitions where his fine artwork was notable for it’s departure from the precise nature of his commercial work. He cites his travels to rural Africa, India, Mexico and the Altiplano region of Bolivia and Peru to be the most rewarding adventures of his career. David is co-founder of UnnamedProject.com an online magazine.