Impressions of Italy


July 2008
Cary Memorial Library,  Lexington,MA

David was originally educated as a microbiologist but has worked as a computer programmer for many years, currently at Veracode in Burlington, MA. He has been a photographer for most of his life and has studied art at DeCordova Museum School. His work has been exhibited twice before at the Cary Library in Lexington, as well as 51 Walden in Concord, the Unitarian churches in Lexington and Concord, and at the RE/MAX Landmark office at 15 Depot Square, Lexington. He has exhibited at the Topsfield Fair where “Florence Neighborhood” won First Prize in 2007 and "Vernazza Rooftops" won Best in Show in 2009 in the Professional Color Photo category. He lives in Lexington with his wife, Pamela Marshall, an active composer, horn player and occasional photographer. The pictures are for sale too, if you're interested.

Honeycreeper Prices

Not all photos available in all sizes. Contact Honeycreeper for details
Image Size
Unframed Price Framed Price
Large Print
18 x 12", 16 x 12" 18 x 9" 12 x 12"
$95 $285
Medium Print
12 x 9", 12 x 8", 12 x 6" 18 x 6" 8 x 8"
$55 $165
Small Print
10 x 7.75", 10 x 6.66", 10 x 5"
$30 $65
Large Panorama
12 x 24" , 27 x 9"
$195 $375