I am a seeker, an artist, a photographer, a father, a husband, a lover of all things eclectic, a listener, a cook, a marketer, a business person, an outdoorsman and voyeur. I graduated from The University of Dayton with a BFA in photography. After discovering commercial photography, I fell in love with the problem solving, collaborating, accessing and working with different people in different environments everyday. I have found portraiture to be the most fascinating aspect of photography due to the connection and understanding it offers. I've found that if I understand someone, not necessarily agree with but understand - I have love for them. Often while photographing people, they become younger, the effects of time fall away and I witness the openness we all shared as children. Portraiture, listening and the discipline of seeing are the aspects of my craft that inspire and energize me. Dave’s portraiture has been featured on the covers of national magazines and in advertising campaigns worldwide. It has led to awards with the Center for Fine Art Photography, Communication Arts, PDN, Graphis, Applied Arts, Prix De La Photographie Paris, ASMP, and many more. Learn more about Dave through his interviews.

Connect with Dave on Linkedin, Facebook, or through his photography blog — The Salty Blog.

For more images visit http://www.davemoser.com .  For more information, to purchase, or exhibit work please contact  info@santafineart.com .

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dave-Moser-Photography/472108472803105

POWER TO THE PORTRAIT, REDUX” BY DAVE MOSER” beginning January 20, 2017 in the SBFA Gallery vestibule


November 1-30, 2016 / Nov 4: Reception @6-9:30pm;  Artist Talk @ 8pm

November Olympus InVision Photo Festival and Lehigh Valley Photography Month

   NOVEMBER 1-30, 2015 Artist Reception First Friday, Nov. 6th, 6-9:30p

The American Housewive: Photographs by DAVE MOSER

The American Housewife portraits explore and redefine the role of housewives in the twenty-first century. The images are of real housewives in their homes, dressed in their own clothes, surrounded by their own possessions. Our greatest goal is to create understanding by updating perception and instilling a stronger sense of dignity to this divisive term.  

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DAVE MOSER - Photographs