Born: 1971, Enid, Oklahoma
David S. Holloway, photojournalist. Coming from a long line of farmers, carpenters, truck drivers and mechanics, David S. Holloway discovered a career in photojournalism while failing to find one in skateboarding. Currently Holloway’s work explores the inherent tensions of social issues such as race, poverty, violence and the struggle of working-class Americans.
His work has been published in Time, Newsweek, Life, Stern, Rolling Stone and SPIN Magazine. His clients include; The Discovery Channel, The Jane Goodall Institute, CARE USA and The History Channel. Holloway was the 2005 recipient of the Getty Grant for Photography, as well as a top-five finalist for both the 2006 Dorothea Lange/Paul Taylor Prize, and the 2006 Alexia Foundation Grant. In 2006 he was awarded an honorable mention in the first New Documentarian Award for a Long-Term Project.
He has received numerous awards from the White House News Photographers’ Association and American Photography. He is currently based in Washington, D.C., and is available for assignments worldwide.
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