Welcome to Reesor Photography.  We are excited to announce the deployment of our brand new, updated and invigorated website and online portfolio. 

David & Diane consider themselves so very fortunate to have been able to visit many of the world's most special places. Having traveled the globe for decades, David and Diane are not only experts in navigating the world, but they have taken astonishing photos along the way. Capturing every beautiful moment.

Whether they are traveling with a small group, or taking solo trips with each other,  they always tend to team up with local guides for each new land they discover. This is key when traveling to unfamiliar land, and ensures that David and Diane spend enough time to capture the "Essence" of each new endeavor.

Co-Author Africa Safari Guide and Pilot, Mark Ross, has planned many of their journey's to Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Ethiopia. Ross has also helped them plan their latest trip, the first-ever flying Safari to Mozambique and Madagascar. 

Throughout the years, David and Diane have assembled over 100 slide shows that they absolutely love showcasing. The Reesors take much joy in showing these pictures to various community centers, Audubon Societies, and Pre-Schools (only to name a few). You can find the Reesors putting on slide shows in Arizona and British Columbia, Canada.



David Reesor

David sparked an interest in photography ever since he received his Brownie Hawkeye camera on his tenth birthday. His parents encouraged his interest and obligingly allowed his darkroom setup in the basement of their home. In 1992, David won the “Best Canadian Amateur” photo of the year in the Canadian international underwater photo contest. In 2007 David co-authored a book “Predator – Life and Death in the African Bush” with African safari guide Mark Ross. David has immense patience to remain "in place" for long periods of time to photograph birds and animals, and capture the most breath-taking shots. 

Diane Reesor

Having lived in remote villages in Dominica, WI, and Nunavut, Canada, Diane really appreciates the local people. The things she enjoys most about them is how they live their everyday lives, their most promising traditions, festivals, and ceremonies. Some of Diane's most challenging journeys are the ones she cherishes most. Her favorite treks include Nepal, the Inca Trail, The Compostela Route and Copper Canyon. When it comes to her love for Photography, Diane has David to thank. After meeting David, traveling and photography have now become an integral part of their life together.