David Howard has been described in the New York Village Voice as "an experimental photographer of amazing ability." His work has been widely published and shown in galleries and museums around the world. In the 1980s he produced the PBS television series "Art Seen" featuring studio tours and interviews with artists such as Christo, Keith Haring, and Nam June Paik. Howard began traveling to Southeast Asia during the early 90s on various photo and video assignments and has been returning ever since. The Last Filipino Head Hunters (2001), a book about the vanishing lifestyle of the native headhunting tribes, and Sacred Journey represent two of Howard`s many photographic projects. When he`s not taking pictures, he`s engaging in his other favorite activity: long distance swimming.