University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts
About David Glen Larson
I began taking pictures at the age of 10 with a Kodak Ektralite. My second camera was a Vivitar point and shoot that I dropped into the sea of Galilea. Over the years I got better at holding onto my cameras, and dreamt that one day I would follow in the footsteps of artists like Richard Avedon and Irving Penn. Then I went to film school to become a film director, and somehow wound up a writer instead. Now I'm returning to photography full-time. I'd like to think my years as a fiction writer and screenwriter have given me an eye for drama and a unique insight into people, skills that come in handy as a photographer. My interests include portraiture and combining street photography with fine art, using candid photography and street portraits to explore life on the streets of Los Angeles and express deeper truths that words often can't reach. You can contact me at davidglenlarson (at) gmail (dot) com.