Clay Davidson is a Canadian citizen but he was born in Jamaica. He traveled, studied and worked in various parts of Canada and made photography his chosen profession. The world of creativity, discovery, and communication came to him early in life. He chose black-and-white photography to depict a spirit, mood, and clarity of his subjects. Davidson likes to call himself a creative person with an edge but no limits. He loves design, colors and textures. He is always exploring new horizons and trying new things. As an artist, the world of photography has always been part of his life.
Davidson’s work is featured in countless publications and products throughout the world. His work has been published as fine art prints, as greeting cards, and as posters. They can be found in several institutions and in thousands of private and corporate collections all over the world. Since 1984, Europe has greatly inspired him; the people, culture and nature have all contributed to his projects. A successful 15-year retrospective of Davidson’s work was held in Vancouver in the spring of 2001. His photographs are among numerous collections and were selected by juried panel for the 12th annual photography exhibition at the Centre for Photography Arts in Carmel CA. He has also participated in many other art exhibitions. Davidson has been consumed with using photography to express his feelings. His works are in great demand and are now much sought after by many private collectors and galleries throughout the world.