Dave Anderson, Photographer
A multi-talented artist, Dave Anderson's work as photographer and filmmaker has been celebrated in the United States and abroad. His work can be found in multiple galleries worldwide as well as a number of magazines and editorials.
A former MTV producer and director of television production in the Clinton White House, Dave's video series "SoLost" was created for Oxford American Magazine, winning Best Video Series at the 2011 National Magazine Awards. He also produced a sister series with NPR, entitled "Southword."
His project Rough Beauty won the Santa Fe Center for Photography's 2005 National Project Competition and was the inspiration for CFDA 2012 "Menswear Designer of the Year."
His latest monograph, One Block: A New Orleans Neighborhood Rebuilds, was published in 2010 by Aperture Books; it was featured in The New York Times, Time Magazine, and on Good Morning America and CNN.
In recent years, Dave has crossed the globe documenting Heifer International's charity at work. The images (and particularly Dave's films) transporting the viewer to beautiful, raw locales, while imbuing a sense of joy in the surroundings.
Dave's work has been called 'as clear-eyed and unsentimental as it is soulful and sympathetic.' - Vince Aletti of The New Yorker.
"Dave Anderson is one of the shooting stars of the American photo scene" - fotoMAGZIN