David Fox has been a professional, freelance photographer since his teens. From his start as a photojournalist, he earned a degree in filmmaking at Emerson College in 1982 and opened a video production company.
In 1993, finding himself widowed with two small children, David re-examined his goals in life. Inspired by study at the Maine Media Workshops, he returned to his roots, building a reputation for excellence in photography and growing his client base in the corporate arena. Together with his wife, Greta, he continually develops and expands the business, offering an array of professional quality photo and video services. A believer in giving back, he partners with many non-profit organizations and regularly donates his services to charity groups as well as many industry community associations.
David is the 2007 recipient of the ILEA Larry Green Heart and Soul award as well as the MPI 2008 Meeting Professional of the Year award, the 2013 PCMA Continued Chapter Support - Special Thank You award and the 2016 NESAE SuperStar Award.