Travel Inspiration

Meet Globetrotter and Travel Photographer Dave Clark

Monks, Bhutan

When Dave Clark retired in 2005, he and his wife, Sherri, decided that now was the time in their lives to travel. To date, they’ve been to more than 50 countries on all seven continents—many of them on our luxury jet expeditions.       

Dave and his wife are also avid wildlife and travel photographers, who have captured stunning images of everything from polar bears 700 miles from the North Pole and monks in the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan to the Stalinist architecture of the Moscow Metro.

We asked Dave to share some of his most memorable experiences on TCS World Travel trips and what motivates him to explore the world. 

Ranu Raraku Quarry, Easter Island
Ranu Raraku Quarry, Easter Island
Masai Dancers, Serengeti
Masai Dancers, Serengeti
Voodoo Priestesses, Togo
Voodoo Priestesses, Togo
Village scene in Myanmar
Village scene in Myanmar
Inle Lake, Myanmar
Inle Lake, Myanmar
Polar Bears
Polar Bears
Dave Clark with Huli Wigmen
Dave Clark with Huli Wigmen
Niger River, West Africa
Niger River, West Africa