David Meredith (born 1969) is an American photographer and graphic designer.
Meredith attended Brigham Young University, and also worked with one of his professors, Adrian Pulfer, in a graphic design studio in Salt Lake City. In 1997, David relocated to New York, and worked as an assistant to photographers Hans Gissinger and Rodney Smith. He then went to work for Susan Slover Associates as a graphic designer. After about a year, he was offered a position as a designer for Robert Valentine, where he helped design the launch issues of Real Simple. He also photographed for clients, including Interface and Barbara Barry. Eventually, a co-worker at Valentine left to become an art director for Aveda, and hired David to shoot for the company.