After graduating from the University of Georgia with a BFA in photography, David left his native Georgia with his three best friends and headed for Alaska to homestead and build a cabin in the wilderness. Along this journey David would discover his musical voice and begin a personal journey into songwriting and performing that continues to this day.
David would eventually land in Whitefish Montana, were he lives with his wife JJ and their three kids. After the release of his debut CD “Chasin Moons” in 1996, He began writing and developing three multi-media shows. After creating the critically acclaimed “Lewis and Clark - West For America,” David began touring the country performing his show, eventually landing him in 2005 and 2006 at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC.
Starting in 1999, David began a 15 year residency, performing his shows nightly at the Many Glacier Hotel in Glacier National Park entertaining guests from around the world.
In 2008, David began building a house on Duck Lake just outside Glacier Park. His goal was to create a beautiful and unique place for guests to stay while exploring Glacier Park. The StoneHouse at Duck Lake has become a popular destination for adventurers.
Along with his successful rental business, David continues to write, record and perform his music.