David Wolf is a devoted film photographer, making both color and black and white prints by hand in the traditional darkroom. His work has been exhibited internationally at such venues as Aperture, The Griffin Museum of Photography, the Photographic Center Northwest, the Lishui International Photography Festival in China, and the Salon de la Photo during Paris Photo.
Numerous public and private collections have acquired David’s photographs, including the Bibliotheque nationale de France and The Prentice and Paul Sack Photographic Trust at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. His series “Nurturing Time, Life in a Backyard Garden” recently won top honors in both the International Photography Awards and the Grand Prix de la Decouverte, International Fine Art Photography Competition.
David’s work has appeared in such publications as Harper’s, aCurator, FlakPhoto, Fraction Magazine, and the Houston Center for Photography’s spot.
A Boston native and Brown University graduate, David now calls San Francisco home, where his work is represented by Corden|Potts Gallery.