About David Lawrence

My curiosity has been fueled by a degree in environmental biology and extensive travel on assignment. I see our world as a giant collage made up of unlimited small elements. My work ranges from large-scale panoramic landscapes to detailed macro views. Sometimes looking at the “whole scene” and other times studying the geometry and colors of the details.

Ever evolving, my photographic career has journeyed from the world of corporate clients and international picture agencies to creating murals and artwork from my personal image collection.

From being published on the covers of Time Magazine, Business Week and annual report covers for McDonalds and URS, to more recently having murals and wall art installed in hospitals, embassies and corporate boardrooms.

I focus on images that help bring a sense of tranquility and calm for people in high stress environments (nature scenes like gardens, beaches, woodlands, lakes, skyscapes and mountainscapes).  These high-resolution images (panoramic & traditional format) are created especially for large-scale wall art projects using Fuji 617 panoramic cameras (film) and Hasselblad medium format (digital) cameras.

Our world is very precious. We must constantly educate ourselves on better and more productive ways to utilize the earth’s limited resources while still preserving its wilderness and natural beauty. My hope is that future generations will be able to find places to see and experience the Creator’s handiwork.




Since founding Prime Images, Inc. (over twenty years ago) my on-going goal has been to deliver the best quality photography and artwork possible. And to make the ordering process as convenient and easy for the client as possible. In a “big box world” we make custom photographic wall art “one at a time”.

My photography collection features original high resolution panoramic and traditional format  images.  You probably have seen what happens when someone tries to make a large print or mural from a cropped 35mm or small digital file. The photo looks fuzzy or grainy, not a pretty sight.

For information about ordering large “room size” photo wall murals visit our PhotographyMurals.web. site.

For information about ordering large scale photography wall art (on paper, canvas or acrylic) visit  our PrimeImagesArt web site.

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