""Where am I? What day is it? Anybody know what time zone we are in?""
Larry Davis is a professional photographer and website designer, living in Dayton, Ohio. Larry's experience as a photographer spans the course of over 8 years, and includes everything from major event and photojournalism assignments, to fine art landscape and nature photography. Larry's favorite subjects include scenic landscapes and nature's beauty. Larry is also the official staff photographer for MoabJeeper Magazine.
With the purchase of his first Jeep in October of 2008, Larry and his friend, Matt Ertle, began working on a non-profit endeavor to deliver medical equipment and supplies by way of 4-wheel-drive vehicles to third world countries. This new endeavor known as "Ends of the Earth (EOE) is currently in development and plans are to have the first expedition in conjunction with the 2009 Tecate Baja 1000. Learn more about EOE at www.eoe4x4.org
Larry also focuses his efforts on major event and extreme sport and adventure photography. He is the official photographer for several annual events, including: the Annual Gettysburg Civil War Battle Reenactment; the Animal Upper Gauley Race; The Woodward Dream Cruise; and the Dayton Air Show. Larry also travels extensively with Richard P. Kallas Photography, with whom he photographs corporate events for Fortune 100 clients.
Throughout his career, Larry's desire to succeed has taken his work to higher levels on a continual basis. As he continues to learn and grow as a professional photographer, Larry's portfolio continues to grow with him.
Larry's accomplishments as a professional photographer are numerous and he has won several awards for his photography. Larry's work has been purchased by individuals, magazines, newspapers, book publishers and corporations across the United States. Larry is also the owner and developer of the popular professional photography website "Profotos.com," which receives up to 5,000 visitors each day.
With the recent advent of digital photography, Larry has leaned heavily towards the digital medium in his work. In his own words, Larry states, "film is no longer in my vocabulary. My studio is 100% digital from this point forward."
In addition to the photography, Larry is also the official "Web Geek" for MoabJeeper.com. Larry's creative mind is behind the nuts and bolts of the MoabJeeper.com website and his hands keep it running every day.