Danielle is both a travel writer and photographer based in Upstate NY. She has developed a niche for food and drink photography and has worked with several restaurants and breweries. In addition, she has broadened her skills to include family photography, showcasing both the personality of the people and the beautiful landscape behind them.
I love teaching people about places and things they’ve never experienced before, and inviting them into a story through photographs. I absolutely love learning about new places, cultures, food, and meeting new people. That’s where my passion truly lies. Getting to share that with other people is the cherry on top.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
When photographing people, it’s so important for them to be relaxed and comfortable with you - especially when there is a family with children. It’s important to make sure that the parents aren’t stressed, the children aren’t bored, and they have a great time overall with the photos! For food and drink photography, I like to embrace the flavors and showcase them with the right lighting and accessories to make them as mouthwatering as possible.
A fun fact about this photographer
I lived in Australia for a year and a half while I got my masters degree, and have visited 17 countries around the world.