About Carlton Davis
Carlton Davis is author, artist, and architect. Educated at Yale University and the University of London, he had a writing residency at Montalvo in Saratoga, California in 1988, and was a writer in residence at the Dorland Mountain Arts Colony in Temecula, California in 1984. Mr. Davis has written articles for Stroll, Spectacle, U-turn Magazine, where he was guest editor of an issue about artist housing, Coagula Art Journal, and the Los Angeles Downtown News. Since 2009, Davis has concentrated on writing.
In his architectural practice Davis designed the North Hollywood Subway Station for Los Angeles’ MTA Red Line, and the headquarters of the Los Angeles Mission for the homeless. He is known for incorporating artist’s work in his projects. Davis was a lecturer in Architecture at UCLA, Woodbury University, and an assistant professor at the University of Wyoming. He taught drawing at Otis Art Institute.