About David began taking pictures at an early age hasn’t stopped since. The turning point in the development of his “vision” was a gift of “The World of Henri Cartier-Bresson” (a collection of the famous French photographer’s work) when he was 18. “Cartier-Bresson’s ability to capture the decisive moment became my greatest influence and I became determined to combine my keen interest in diverse cultures with my strong desire to become a photographer,” says Katzenstein. He has managed to instill this visual ethos into his commercial projects. David has traveled extensively throughout the world, either on assignment for clients or on personal journeys, and he has exhibited widely in galleries and museums. One of his most rewarding assignments, branding electric company AES, turned into a four-year odyssey in 26 countries on five continents. His knowledge of the globe and his ability to adapt to different cultures is matched by his love of people, his sense of humor and his desire to show positive aspects of all cultures. On June 8, 2014, a piece about the Times Square project appeared on CBS News Sunday Morning. Click here to view the piece. To view Katzenstein's Fine Art site, click here.