David Alan Harvey at Gulf Photo Plus

  • North Dakota, USA, 2012.
  • Havana, Cuba, 1998.
  • Tegucigalpa, Honduras, 2002.
  • Galicia, Spain, 1977.
  • Bahia, Brazil, 2002.
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2010.
  • Trinidad, Cuba, 1998.
  • Lake Patzcuaro, Mexico, 1996.
  • Sabuceda, Spain, 1977.
  • Ibiza, Spain, 1991
  • Bahia, Brazil, 2002.
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2011.
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2011.
  • Havana, Cuba, 1998.

February 11, 2013

David Alan Harvey has been a full member of the prestigious collective Magnum Photos since 1997 and has published 40 stories for National Geographic magazine. Harvey has published two major books based on his extensive work on the Spanish cultural migration into the Americas, Cuba (1998) and Divided Soul (2002). His book Living Proof (2007) explores hip-hop culture. He is the founder of Burn Magazine, an award-winning online journal for emerging photographers, and the publisher of BurnBooks, a press specializing in limited edition art books.

David will be teaching 2 upcoming workshops at Gulf Photo Plus in Dubai in March 2013:

Editing Your Project (2 days): In this 2-day workshop, David will help put you on the right path of the incredibly difficult process of editing your work to be able to create a cohesive body of work from a vast selection of shots to be able to tell your story clearly and with impact.

The workshops are limited to 10 spaces so book soon to secure your space. For more info: http://gulfphotoplus.com/gpp/2013/workshops/182/Editing-Your-Project

Finding Your Voice (3 Days) In this workshop we will focus on story formation, visual literacy, and personal vision. You will be mentored to find your own voice to say what you want to say, to look deep inside your own soul and then figure out a way to say it. He will lead the group through a daily program of shooting, reviews, group critiques, mentoring, editing sessions and the opportunity to learn amongst peers.

This workshop is aimed at photographers who are dedicated to pushing their own personal photographic boundaries, including both professional and emerging & amateur photographers.

The workshops are limited to 10 spaces so book soon to secure your space. For more info: http://gulfphotoplus.com/gpp/2013/workshops/181/Finding-Your-Voice

                       
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