Photographers and directors David Walter Banks and Kendrick Brinson met and fell in love with photography and storytelling at the same time and place in photojournalism class in college, eventually falling in love with each other two years later. They began their professional careers as community photojournalists in the South, then expanding to national magazines, and eventually joining forces to create moment and color-driven work as a team for some of the world's leading advertising agencies and editorial publications.
In their free time you can find them shooting personal work, or escaping their home in Los Angeles to a quiet campsite next to a fire with their two dogs Tortilla and Tuxedo. You can see their personal West Coast explorations on Instagram: #westcoastexplorersclub
Brinson and Banks have been interviewed by PDN, Rangefinder, American Photography, TIME's Lightbox, aPhotoEditor, The New York Times Lens Blog, CNN Photos, PhotoShelter and other publications about their unique vision. Their images have appeared in exhibitions in Houston, New York, Atlanta, Groningen, The Netherlands, and are in the permanent collection of the Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection at the New York Public Library, and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia. And quite possibly on your living room wall, as well, someday soon.
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