About Caryn B. Davis
Caryn B. Davis is an award-winning photographer who began her career in the visual arts three decades ago working in documentary television, an experience that enhanced her ability to create engaging imagery. She’s been a professional photographer since 2000, specializing in architecture, garden and travel photography. Drawing on her years of experience, creativity, solid technical skills and eye for composition, her images are imaginative, well crafted and communicate her clients’ vision, while also highlighting the outstanding characteristics of each design.
Caryn is also a prolific writer and often combines her images with words creating over 400 articles that have appeared in the New York Times, Old House Journal, Early Homes, Connecticut Cottages & Gardens, Fine Art Connoisseur, Town & Country, among others. Caryn was among 11 photographers selected out of 100 for the Architectural Photography Issue of Commercial Architecture magazine. She has produced two commissioned photography books, "A Connecticut Christmas: Celebrating the Holiday in Classic New England Style" and Connecticut Waters: A Celebration of Our Coastline & Waterways. "A Connecticut Christmas" garnered high accolades in 15 newspapers and magazines nationwide. She was interviewed in The New York Times, on NPR's All Things Considered and on several television stations.
"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson
"No job is too big or small when you enjoy what you do." - Caryn B. Davis
American Society of Media Photographers
Association of Independent Architectural Photographers
Awards, Interviews & Accolades:
2020 Feature Interview about Antarctica Part 2 for B&H Photo Video Exlpora Series
2020 Feature Interview about Antarctica Part 1 for B&H Photo Video Exlpora Series
2020 Featured in B&H Photo Video Explora Series for International Women's Day
2018 International Photography Awards
2018 Silver Award, National Association of Landscape Professionals
2018 Architectural Photography Issue of Commercial Architecture
Journey to the Bottom of the World: The Beauty of Antarctica - Florence Griswold Museum
My Travel Photography + Travel Writing Website: