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Dave Burnham
Since moving to the USA, Dave has become a highly regarded and in-demand freelance photographer.  With over 20 years professional, award-winning experience, Dave is the chief photographer and design guru of ESNAP Sport, Every Story Needs A Picture and Cruisin’ Photography.Some of Dave’s current work can be found online at  the AOL-owned Central Connecticut Patch.com sites and the Rare Reminder Sports Corner. He also writes and takes photographs for the Middletown and Cromwell Chronicle newspapers and the Rare Reminder.  In 2010, Dave was voted 2010 Writer Of The Year by the readership of Connecticut Cruise News, where Cruisin’ Photography has a regular monthly column.  His interest in photography began in his native England, at the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit.  Dave went to watch a Formula One race and was intrigued by the press photographers who were covering the race for the world’s media.  Shortly afterwards a new camera was purchased and the love affair with sports photography began!Over the years Dave honed his craft by reading all he could about photography and going out and taking photographs as often as he could.  These images were all shot on film, and Dave believes that the time and money spent were invaluable as they gave him a thorough grounding in using a camera’s manual mode and not letting the camera dictate the settings.Early in his professional-photography career, Dave worked as a full-time freelance sports photographer, which led to many commissions and a lot of published work. He supplied many newspapers with material and became the press officer for the national champion Rugby Rollers American Football team. Several UK picture libraries and agencies tasked Dave with photographing Formula One and motorcycle Grand Prix.Over the years Dave has photographed American football, soccer, rugby, cricket, motor sport, polo, equestrian events, basketball, softball, wrestling and many others.Before embarking on his new life in the USA, Dave sponsored the 2009 Revolution Racing motorcycle team. This very successful collaboration combined his artwork with the winning ways of Ollie, Ryan and Dane Oliver at racetracks around the United Kingdom.  Dave’s earlier work and freelance career would not have been possible without the help, support, advice and guidance of his very good friend, the late Eddy Pincham. Dave cannot thank Eddy and his wife Wendy enough for all of their help and encouragement.
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