DAVID DREBIN, a graduate of Parsons School of Design, began his career in commercial photography and then he quickly made a name for himself advancing into the world of contemporary fine art. Over the years, his filmic signature style has evolved into other art forms, including neon light installations and the revolutionary "photo sculpture." Collected worldwide, David is represented by some finest art galleries, including Camera Work, Contessa Gallery, and Fahey Klein, amongst others. His work has been shown in multiple exhibitions over the last decade and has been featured at many of the most prestigious art fairs.
In this amazing interview, David shares with us his powerful transformation and transition from a waiter working in New York City, to one of the most well renown photographers and artist in the world… To listen to more of our episodes, please go to our website Marques Ogden | Keynote speaker - Executive Coach