David McIntyre is a Scottish photographer, filmmaker, and artist residing in Upstate New York, where he recently launched The Hudson Art Fair, a socially-conscious online art platform that aids local communities.
His early career encompassed photojournalism, portraiture, and fashion photography. His work has appeared in many of the world’s most illustrious magazines, including Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, the Sunday Observer.
His portrait portfolio includes an eclectic group of musicians that includes Björk, U2, and Biggie Smalls. He was the founder and publisher of the two times Webby award-winning magazine ZOOZOOM. He has directed music videos for Giovanni James, Carney, and Dan Black and short documentary features for Macy’s, LAMB, L’Oreal, and The Martha Graham Dance Company. His short film A Band Apart featured in the 2012 American Dance film festival. His photographs have been displayed in London’s V&A museum and in the books; U2byU2, Blitz – As Seen in Blitz, and The Colour of Fashion. He published the children’s book The Cyber Claus in 2013.
His current projects include a feature-length documentary of the little know astronomer Milton Humason (Who proved the universe was expanding). And, Song of Silence Song of Grace, an entirely new body of artwork that is looking for purpose in the patterns of nature; a necessary step, he believes, towards achieving environmental justice.