David Jenkins vision is to create ‘Images that Change the World’ and that show ‘Reflections of the Spirit’!
Today with the crisis of climate change, over population and the continued rapid degradation of the Earth David believes even more passionately in the power of great images to talk to people’s hearts and affect change.
Over the past 28 years David has run the successful photographic business Nomad Photography as well as the whale education and conservation website Whale Spotter. He works closely with scientists, educators and environmentalists providing high quality images that illustrate their work, findings and messages. Recent collaborations have been with some of the worlds leading environmental groups such as Sea Shepherd, The Wilderness Society, Nature Conservation Council, Manly Environment Centre (MEC) and Sydney Loves the Tarkine.
Whale Spotter – David’s own whale education and conservation website that provides people with information of whale species, how to go whale watching, conservation and science across Oceania.
The Tongan Fluke Collective (TFC) – Support of the TFC which aims to build a database of tail fluke ID photographs of the Humpback whales visiting the Kingdom of Tonga.
Living Ocean Humpback Migration Study – Helping create a visual record of the Humpback whales as they pass Sydney on their annual migration.
Shortlisted in the Head On Portrait Prize 2013
The EPSON International Pano Awards 2011, two Silver and five Bronze Awards
David’s panorama “Long Reef “ was ranked 14th in the world
1st Place in North Sydney Council “Seniors Moments” Photography Competition 2009
Finalist in Manly Environment Centres “Eco Awards” 2009, 2010 and 2011
Short Listed Hasselblad Masters 2002 and 2003
To learn more about David work please follow these links to see his websites:
Nikon D5 Digital Camera
Nikon D810 Digital Camera
Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8G ED
Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 400mm f2.8E FL ED VR