Noted photojournalist David Burnett has focused his well-traveled lens on the vitality and diversity of Cleveland’s rapidly growing cycling community. Burnett, who was named by American Photo magazine as one of the “100 Most Important People in Photography,” has spent more than four decades covering the news, the people and the visual tempo of our age. He is cofounder of the New York-based photojournalism agency Contact Press Images and winner of dozens of top awards. Burnett has traveled extensively throughout the world photographing a broad range of subjects, from napalm victims of the Vietnam War to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina to reggae singer Bob Marley. His work has been published in many major publications and has been exhibited nationally and internationally.