Hereditary Chief David Mungo Knox is a member of the Kwakiutl First Nation from Fort Rupert, BC. He is the great-grandson of Chief Mungo Martin and comes from a line of great Master carvers and skilled dancers. He started his carving career in 1991 at the Royal BC Museum in Victoria, BC. He apprenticed under his Uncle, Chief Tony Hunt Sr., as well as his cousin Tom Hunt. David works in a variety of mediums, carving in both yellow and red cedar. His goal is to carry on the family tradition - preserving the Kwakiulth culture and artistic style. David lives and works in the village of Fort Rupert, BC.