David Alvarado is a Mexican-American photographer & producer based in Portland, Oregon, and is a graduate of the New York Film Academy. Born outside of Los Angeles, David has spent many years traveling the world discovering the countless ways of understanding culture through a lens and through the narratives of individual and collective experiences – more recently through agriculture, art, design, cinema, craftsmanship, fashion, food, history, literature, and music. He is available for global commissions in travel documentary, commercial, editorial, lifestyle, music, and portraiture assignments.
Featured: Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum of Anthropology’s Slum Living Exhibition, General Stanley McChrystal's 2013 memoir My Share of the Task, Les Others, San Francisco Chronicle, Water Journal, Vogue México, Travel+Leisure, etc.
Clients: Bon Appétit, Doubleday & Cartwright, Food and Wine Español, Freunde von Freunden, LA Models, Mercedes Benz, Nike, Paper Magazine, Red Bull, The Hoxton Hotel, Thrillist, etc.