David Cardinal is a veteran travel and nature photographer who specializes in Africa, Southeast Asia, and North America. His images of creatures in the wild help communicate the importance of our natural heritage and our responsibility to preserve it, while his journalistic efforts span both photography and technology. David's clients include non-profit and socially responsible institutions such as the BBC, California State Parks Foundation, Bay Trails, US Fish & Wildlife Service, NANPA, Bay Nature and Western Birding and National Geographic Kids magazines.
David's award-winning work is part of the permanent exhibit at the Lucy Evans Baylands Nature Center and has been featured in exhibitions at the Palo Alto Civic Center, the Seipp, Works and Allegro galleries, the Watsonville Wetlands Nature Center, on calparks.org, and on portolavalley.net. David is co-author with Moose Peterson of The D1 Generation, and has had his articles and images appear in publications including Outdoor Photographer, Studio Photography & Design, Photoshop User, PC Magazine and Dr Dobbs Journal. David is a Datacolor Expert as well as one of Datacolor's Friends with Vision, and also works as an active tech journalist for Extremetech.com, publishing articles on topics related to photography, imaging, and the internet. David has spoken on the future of imaging technology at Stanford University and on the future of the Internet at Dartmouth College.