Mike Davis

Mike Davis looks at pictures for a living. And he talks about pictures with photographers. He says which images are better and why they’re better and suggests ways to improve the photographer’s seeing, with an emphasis on storytelling through photographic narratives.
Mike works directly with photographers the world over, independently. And he’s writing a book about his approach.
In the past, he has done this while teaching at Syracuse University, directing The Alexia Grants competition, at The White House, National Geographic magazine and several of America’s leading visual newspapers.
He has gotten many accolades, judged a bunch of photography competitions, lectured in scores of settings and taught at a heap of workshops.
Mike likes what he does. His new book can be purchased here.