Clarence Davis began his career as a photojournalist in the late 1960's. He worked as a staff photographer at the New York Daily News for over 26 years. Although Davis shot mostly news assignments, he was able to capture the emotion and hidden nuances in every situation. The images Davis creates are durable, exhilarating, and thought-provoking. They are a combination of hard news, humor and artistry.
Clarence Davis has traveled the world over and photographed extensively in Africa, Europe and Northern America. Over the years, he has received numerous awards and been featured in dozens of print, radio and television documentaries. Davis recently decided to take an early retirement in order to complete two photography books documenting his travels and experiences.
More of Clarence's work can be found here.