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David Lee Black
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Isle Au Haut, Maine
Helping Hand, Amherst, MA
Old and New Paths
Aire, Bristol, RI
Flight, Bristol, RI
Queen-Anne, Wrentham, MA
Newport Wind, Newport, Rhode Island
Beyond Maine, Portland, Maine
Two Trees - Summer, Overlooking Amherst, Massachusetts
Two Trees - Winter, Overlooking Amherst, Massachusetts
Two Trees - Autumn, Overlooking Amherst, Massachusetts
White Mountain Sisters, New Hampshire

“Photography is simply a function of noticing things.”—Elliott Erwitt

David Lee Black is an award-winning photographer who references the depth of the natural world, and its inhabitants, with his unique vision.

Conveying not only light and shadow, David imparts a sense of storytelling folklore and timeless mythology. He has always been attracted to abandoned spaces, and the residual energy, sights, smells and textures left behind can be felt through his art.

His commercial work includes the photograph Lil Red Barn which was commissioned by Peak Organic Brew for the label of their Maple Oat Ale, and Russell Pond was featured on the record label for Maine’s premier rock band, Now is Now.

Other commissions include photographing the Providence Latin roots rock band, Santa Mamba, and some of the finest chefs on the Cape and their product lines, for Edible Cape Cod Magazine, a New England publication for foodies.

His large-scale photographs adorn the walls of Carter/MacKay’s Boston offices, in an effort to foster a soothing and thought-provoking business environment.

His publication credits include:

Stationery Magazine;

New England Living;

Edible Cape Cod;

Art Scope Magazine; and

Yankee Magazine.com.

White Mountain Sisters is pending publication in the National Geographic Traveler.

A selection of his numerous honors and awards:

Featured Artist Award for New England Artists (2005);

The Juror’s Choice Award at the Winter Exhibition at the Attleboro Art Museum (2006);

The Honorarium Award, the International Society of Photographers Convention and Symposium, Las Vegas (2007);

His photograph Newport Skies received the Merit Award at the Juried Member’s Exhibition at the Attleboro Art Museum (2008);

Aire received the award of merit at the Attleboro Arts Museum (2009) and

Maternals was selected to be displayed in a national juried exhibit, Double Visions at the Arts Museum.

David is also an accomplished musician and composer in the New England music and theater scene.   He is also a drummer for the The Extraordinary Rendition Band, a beautifully weird guerrilla-style street marching band which contributes to the experience of saving the world, one note at a time.

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