Father to Ruby, husband to Loretta, and passionate people photographer, Dave Moser's fascination with whoÊ¼s inhabiting the housewife role began quietly. He discretely sought out married or separated subjects who worked less than 40 hours out of the home, and whom were raising a family. Location was irrelevant. Gender, age and ethnicity were open. His intent was purposeful. To dissolve the prejudices that surround the role of housewife and create dignity and understanding.
I am a seeker, an artist, a photographer, a father, a husband, a lover of all things eclectic, a listener, a cook, a marketer, a business person, an outdoorsman and voyeur. I graduated from The University of Dayton with a BFA in photography. I discovered commercial photography through assisting and fell in love with problem solving, collaborating, completion, access and working with different people in different environments everyday. I've found portraiture to be the most fascinating aspect of photography due to the connection and understanding it offers. If I grow to understand someone, not necessarily agree with but understand - I have love for them. Often while photographing people they become younger, the effects of time fall away and I am witnessing the openness we all shared as children. Portraiture, listening and the discipline of seeing are the aspects of my craft that inspire and energize me.