“Well-conceived photographs offer unique ways of seeing the world—telling stories, evoking emotions, and encouraging reflection. I hope that my images inspire a better understanding of others and a deeper caring for fragile earth.” For more information about Dave and to see more of his work, please visit his website at www.fitzsimmonsphotography.com

David FitzSimmons is a photographer and writer whose works have appeared in Shutterbug, Popular Photography & Imaging, and Ohio regional publications. David is currently at work on two books, Animals of Ohio’s Ponds and Vernal Pools (Kent State University Press, 2010) and Waterfalls of Ohio. His landscape images have appeared on postcards and a variety of calendars, including many by industry-leader, BrownTrout.

David’s commercial work—which ranges from outdoor recreation and resorts to industrial and aerial photography—has reached an estimated two million viewers to date. As owner of FitzSimmons Photography, David oversees a full-service commercial design studio and is the eye behind the studio’s fine art portraiture and wedding photography.

Dave is currently conducting a nationwide tour of macro photography workshops.

David holds a Ph.D. in English from Ohio State University and also teaches at Ashland University.

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