David Naseby wasn't a man to shy away from the rawness of life. He liked nothing better than to sit with, talk to and sketch ordinary people he met in the street, a cafe or the pub. He brought these sketches back to his studio to paint the people he met. David wasn't interested in only painting the person's physical form, he painted their stories. He often didn't even know the name of the person he was painting. In short, David painted humanity.