|Welcome to Dave Saltonstall Photography.
Landscape, nature and wildlife photography are my primary photographic passions and living on Cape Ann offers so many wonderful opportunities right in my back yard. My immediate goal is to keep developing my skills in photography on a daily basis especially in the areas of lighting and creativity. I have always had an interest in photography and my background in Graphic Design is so beneficial on so many levels that I feel truly blessed to have found a passion for photography that will never go away. The exhilaration of capturing a moment in time, being outdoors and experiencing some of the surprises makes me so excited about the future.
Currently my photography is being sold online at fineartamerica.com/profiles/dave-saltonstall.html
In addition, Jettywalk Arts Gallery of Rockport, Massachusetts is selling our photos at retail.
Incorporating photography into my graphic design business and hobbies
Graphic Designer: I have worked over 20 years in the graphic design business I have had the great opportunity to work with some outstanding people and some great companies. Just a few of the companies I have worked with include: HEAD Wintersports, Eastern Mountain Sports, Easter Seals, Oracle Corporation, Tufts Health Plan, Van Houtte Coffee, Timberland, Swarovski, Reebok, Fila, M&M Mars, and Pepsico. I cherish all the friendships with collegues from Cyrk, LODESTAR Corporation and WOW Creative Agency but I continue to look ahead with great enthusiasm by incorporating my photography into DS Design Studio offerings primarily in the areas of product shots and photoshoots. Learn more about DS Design Studio.
Hobbies: I would like to incorporate my photography into various musical arenas as well having played in a band for 10 years with some terrific friends. Our band was Major Nelson & the Screaming Jeannies and we primarily played in the Cape Ann area but traveled for weekend gigs out of state on occasion. Link to last web site.
Rockport, Massachusetts Factoid: America's most-painted building
The Motif #1 in Rockport received it's name from famed illustrator and etcher Lester Hornby after one of his students brought him a pencil drawing of the dilapidated shed in the inner harbor and Hornby exclaimed, "What-Motif No 1 again!" and the name stuck. Learn more
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