Caryn B. Davis is a professional photographer and published writer with a studio in Chester, Connecticut. Her images and articles have appeared in over 60 magazines, and she has numerous exhibitions to her credit. Her work has been written about in Rangefinder, Studio Photography, Zoom International, Art Scope and Photographer’s Forum. She was interviewed on WNPR’s "Where We Live" by John Dankosky about her self-assigned photo-essay “Chester Stories”. (To listen: www.cpbn.org/program/where-we-live) And more recently on WESU FM's "River Valley Rhythms" by host Stephan Allison. (To listen: www.archive.org/details/RiverValleyRhythms03-03-11)
Caryn began her career in the visual arts 27 years ago as a Producer/Writer of television documentaries which aired on the Learning Channel, History Channel, Travel Channel and Discovery Channel. She also served as a Media Producer with Orbis International, a non-profit organization dedicated to eradicating blindness worldwide. She traveled to eleven third world countries onboard the Orbis DC-10; the worlds only flying eye hospital, creating teaching videos for doctors and local hospitals. On the weekends, she explored the countries she was visiting photographing the people, culture and landscapes.
She is a member of the American Society of Media Photographers, gives lectures, and teaches photography. (For more information see "Lectures/Teaching".) As an avid world traveler to over 38 countries, she enthusiastically and artistically photographs people, places and things at home and abroad.