After receiving a BFA in printmaking from the Philadelphia College of Art, Davis moved to New York where he maintained a studio on 42nd street and 8th avenue for the next 15 years. During this time he exhibited at many galleries including Getler/Pall on West 57th St., The Soho Center for the Visual Arts, Vox Populi and The Frank Bernarducci Gallery.
In 1986 he produced a series of paintings for Steven Spielberg’s movie “Batteries not Included”. In addition Davis had shows in Los Angeles, Miami and Tokyo. His work is in the collections of numerous institutions and private collectors. During this time Davis also worked as an illustrator for The New Yorker Magazine and other national publications. In the mid 1990’s he moved to South Florida where he learned to create digital animations winning several awards including being selected for PRINT magazine’s first digital design annual. In recent years Davis has pursued both painting and photography and started his own art publishing company and gallery