David Dodman is a photographer in Seattle, Washington; a choral singer; a tech enthusiast; and the Assistant Program Director for Classical KING FM 98.1.
Before KING, David served as the Web & IT Director for KNOM Radio Mission, a non-profit radio station in northwestern Alaska. He designed and administrated KNOM’s website, www.knom.org, and wrote and edited KNOM’s monthly newsletter, The Nome Static. For six years, he hosted the weekly program KNOM Jazz, a show that he created in 2009. His production of a KNOM radio drama won a 2007 Goldie Award from the Alaska Broadcasters Association.
David’s photographs have been featured in print or online editions of Alaska Dispatch/Anchorage Daily News, The Seattle Times, The Washington Post, Alaska Public Radio Network, AccuWeather.com, and on the front covers of Radio World, The Nome Nugget, and Village Voices (a publication of Alaska’s RurAL CAP).
David has also taught at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks, Northwest Campus, as an adjunct faculty member.
Born in New York City, David grew up in Rahway, New Jersey. He studied at Harvard College, where he lived in Kirkland House and sang with the Harvard Glee Club. He graduated with an A.B. in music in 2005.
Aside from New Jersey and Massachusetts, David lived in Galway, Ireland, before moving to Alaska in 2006. He relocated to Seattle in 2015.