Another great reason to register for the AMRRIC 2012 Conference - photographer David Darcy will be coming along to speak about his work. David is a supporter of AMRRIC, Vets Beyond Borders and the RSPCA, and he is currently an Ambassador for Bayer Animal Health Australia. David has worked on numerous photographic assignments, both nationally and internationally, including private sittings, commercial work, movie sets and animal welfare campaigns. See the Conference Program for more details.
David Darcy has been capturing environmental portraits of dogs in Australia and abroad for over a decade and is one of Australia’s leading author/photographers.
Born in the small township of Springwood in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney. He developed a keen interest in photography from an early age and by sixteen had won the NSW junior Top Shot Award. In 1999 David combined his talent for photography and his passion for dogs with a desire to travel the Australian countryside, and began capturing unique, heartfelt and truely iconic images of Australian Dogs.
To date David is the best-selling author/photographer of Mongrel Country, Outback Mongrels, A little help for our friends, Little Mongrels and Australian Mongrel published both in Australia and the United States. He has worked on numerous photographic assignments both nationally and internationally from private sittings, commercial work, movie sets, to animal welfare campaigns.
His images have appeared in countless newspapers and magazines, on posters, banners and billboards across country. David is a keen supporter of Vets Beyond Borders and the RSPCA, and he is currently an Ambassador for Bayer Animal Health Australia. Together with his beloved dogs, David has featured on national and international television. His limited edition photographs can be seen in his Katoomba Gallery and in private collections around the world.
Check out David's photography on his Mongrel Photography website.