Marco and Todaro
photographed using film; depicting St. Mark's square. Titled after the columns of Venice's two patrons; Marco and Todaro that stand at the edge of the Grand Canal. The columns are seens as the official gateway to the city and is also where executions and gambling were historically permitted.
Danielle has been shooting boudoir photography for 12 years with clients flying in from all over the world looking to embrace and discover their sensual side. She writes, “What began as a simple request from a client, turned into a career and soon, became my passion... I’m beside myself and honored to share in these beautiful moments, some emotional, all joyous. We’ve cried and laughed together, and for this, boudoir is my home. These women have taken my breath away as they share their pain, beauty, excitement and joy while experiencing boudoir…”
Photographing women in an empowering way is her focus; giving a place to find + embrace self confidence and self love. Together with a collaborative partner, they’ve begun a long term project, traveling throughout the US to provide written stories of strength with beautiful photographs to illustrate women’s incredible journeys to inspire others…
Her work has aired on national television shows Inside Edition, TLC, and Get Married TV and she’s served as a mentor for other photographers through a video series and individual training. Her photography has been featured in dozens of publications and numerous blogs.
Danielle’s fine art collection centers around nudes, female silhouettes, and travel photography.
When not in the boudoir, Danielle loves to travel; documenting culture and architecture with hopes of collections to evoke the feeling of each destination.