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David Hundley Photography

Bringing Imagination to Creativity: A Different Perspective

I love showing people how I make these images and I have set aside most weekends and selected weekdays to open my studio and gallery and answer questions about the art and craft of photography. This is a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with my images. And of course, meet the artist.


Please go to my website (link below) and select Workshops > Book Now Tab. Select a day and time. This will confirm a day and time for your visit. Most days and times are available. All visitors are entered into a drawing for a FREE, signed custom print.


4027 Junco Road, Greenbank, WA, 98253

Driving directions:

Four miles north of Freeland. Turn west on Classic Road. Turn right on Junco Road. At the end of the road, on the right.
Phone: 206-719-5111
David Hundley
David Hundley Photography

About Me:

  • I collect old toasters.
  • I love exploring junkyards, recycle, salvage yard, and building reuse centers for art inspiration.
  • I love National, State, County, and local Parks.
  • I love playing the piano.
  • I really enjoy a good soak in the hot tub.
  • I love visiting new and foreign places and meeting people. Then, learning as much about them as possible.
  • I am a stroke survivor and can no longer whistle.
  • Outside of a dog, a book is a persons best friend. Inside of a dog, it’s too dark to read.
  • I am a ROMEO (Really old Men Eating Out). We’ve shared a passion for photography for over 50 years.
  • I am obsessed with a good crime story. Real or imagined.
  • I absolutely love teaching. Especially photography.
  • I ALWAYS have my camera with me.
  • I will always accept a good bourbon (Buffalo Trace) and little Old Tobey.
  • I love working in the studio and listening to jazz & blues.
  • Sleeping in means getting up by 7:00am.
  • Getting lost is an adventure, and an opportunity.
  • There’s nothing like the smell, warmth and the crack of an open campfire.
  • Arriving early is on time.
  • I never miss an opportunity to tell my friends how special they are.
  • I always accept an invitation to a museum or an art gallery.
  • I respect and make instant friends with wait staff and maintenance workers.
  • I love my wife more than she knows. She is my raison d’etre.

These statements make me who I am and form my passion for life, art and photography.