"David Spero’s work is organised into simple categories, all of which demonstrate interests into overlooked locations and domestic spaces.
Spero’s work, while diverse in subjects, maintains a consistently quiet approach which is intended as gently enquiry rather than diatribe.
His most comprehensive bodies of work demonstrate an interest in the architecture of community.
Spero reveals the structures and lifestyles of ecological communities as in his Settlements series and documents the urban architecture appropriated for places of worship, as in Churches. With his latest work Ball Photographs, Spero invades domestic spaces (i.e bathrooms and dance halls) to artistically alter the interior architecture of the environment.
All of this, using a 5×4 field camera, otherwise known as an architectural shift camera."