The Photographic Journal

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Essay 44 • May 11th 2016

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Davis Ayer

Born and raised in Austin, Texas, Davis Ayer began taking photos in 2007. Coming from a background in architectural history, he was originally drawn to space, shapes, and abstract compositions. Under the mentorship of architectural photographer Casey Dunn, he was soon introduced to the world of analogue film, and artists like Steven Shore, Joel Sternfeld, and Andreas Gursky. Finding truth in the emulsion, Ayer set forth on a journey of self discovery that continues to this day.

Currently based in Los Angeles, and available for work worldwide.

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