David is a Contemporary artist whose work has been described as belonging to a class known as "Neo-Romanticism", which emerged strongly in the period from about 1880 to about 1910, in Britain.
His work has also been described as "Surreal" but David does not feel that description is entirely accurate. "Quite often I hear people refer to Dali, and while I am flattered, I just don't see the similarity at all. Dali's work undeniably falls into the world of surrealism. My work is much more grounded in reality, with a few twists and turns. I don't feel it ever really moves into the realm of the surreal."
"I believe there is always enough reality there for the viewer to relate to what they see, which allows them to imagine themselves in that place they find depicted in the work."