Harold Davis is a world-class artist and photographer who has expanded the parameters of his field with imagery, new techniques, and as an author and educator. Honored with the prestigious Photographic Society of America Progress award in 2022 for his development of a unique technique for photographing flowers for transparency, these works have been described as “ethereal” and having “a purity and translucence that borders on spiritual.” (Popular Photo Magazine)

Davis’s most recent books include Composition & Photography, Creative Garden Photography, and Creative Black & White, all from Rocky Nook.

He is also recognized as a master of black and white. The Seattle Times put it this way: “Harold Davis is the digital black and white equal of Ansel Adams’s traditional wet photography.”

In 2022, two of Harold’s floral images were produced as United States postage stamps. Five new stamps will debut in July 2024.

Translucent Flora: Photographs by Harold Davis was exhibited at the Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture at the San Francisco Botanic Garden in 2023.

Harold is a sought-after workshop leader, who has led groups all over the world and taught and lectured at many institutions including the School of Visual Arts, New York, Google, Maine Photographic Workshops. and the Heidelberg Summer School of Photography in Germany.

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