In 1970, David Chalk received a CAPS Grant and shot his first assignment for the New York Times. It was the beginning of a 50 year career that included photojournalism, commercial work and advertising campaigns. He has shot for the New York Times, The Times (UK), Stern publishing, The Smithsonian and other media outlets. His personal work has been exhibited in the MOMA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, George Eastman House and The Library of Congress. His work is also in a number of important art collections both domestic and abroad. David has taught photography at The New School, Parsons School of Design and lectured at the ICP and Rochester Institute of Technology. He has won numerous grants including one from Polaroid who gave him access to their now famous 20 x 24 camera in Soho.
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