Meet Award-Winning Photographer David FitzSimmons

Thursday December 8th, 6-7:30 p.m.

We're so excited to welcome David FitzSimmons back to MacIntosh Books!  Last year David treated us to a puppet presentation followed by a book signing.  This year will be more of the same.  A terrific presentation, followed by the opportunity to have books personalized for the curious critters on your holiday shopping list.  Don't miss David's latest book, Curious Critters Florida!  Available as a board book for little hands!

David FitzSimmons is an award-winning free-lance photographer and writer. David photographs and writes for various magazines, including Outdoor Photographer, Popular Photography, Professional Photographer, and Shutterbug. His 100+ calendar credits include numerous titles by BrownTrout, Barnes & Noble, and TF Publishing. David’s most recent publications include Animals of Ohio’s Ponds and Vernal Pools, Curious Critters, and Curious Critter Volume Two, which have won nine national book awards and sold over 100,000 copies, as well as audiobooks for both Curious Critters titles. Curious Critters Marine will be released April 2015 and will feature animals of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Salamander Dance, a picture book exploring the annual life cycle of vernal pools, will be released Spring 2016.

One of seven Sigma Pro photographers in North America, David presents seminars and workshops to a wide variety of audiences, from public school, college, and university classes to photography groups and civic organizations. His works have been exhibited at the Roger Tory Peterson Institute, the National Center for Nature Photography, and the Telluride Photo Festival.

Before becoming a freelance photographer and author, David taught for over twenty years—first high school English and then as a university professor, having instructed at Cornell University, Ohio State, and Ashland University. He holds a Ph.D. in English from Ohio State University, with a specialty in narrative theory—investigating the components of storytelling—something that influences his photography and writing.

To see more of Dave’s work and to know more about seminars and photo workshops, visit