Having graduated from Brighton university with a BA(hons) in Photography in 2003, Daniela has worked as an interior and portrait photographer with commissions from interior designers, architects, on-line retailers, actors, musicians and authors, as well as working for various publications. Daniela has worked within diverse areas of photography ranging from large scale commercial projects to private commissions; she is a highly skilled and confident photographer happy to undertake new challenges.
Recent comissions include The Kula, Pompom&Twiddle, Ponderosa, State of Play, The White Room Consultancy, James Long Design, Made in Hastings, Marta Munoz, Christopher Smallwood Architects, publications include Living Etc, Home & Garden, You Magazine, Daily Telegraph. Please browse through the portfolios for example of her work an feel free to call to discuss your requirements.
‘The Thing About Things’ is an exploration of collections of objects and how they offer the viewer mini-narratives of their histories and their owners’ identities. Captured in their environment, languishing and standing proud, but left to the viewer’s own interpretations.
‘Motherland’ is an ongoing project set in Transylvania, rural central Romania. This series of images explores the pace of life and people’s closeness to the natural rhythms of the seasons, the way new technology is accepted but not allowed to impose on the old traditions.
‘Silence’ was completed in 2003. With the female as the protagonist it looked at the comfortable and uncomfortable silence in relationships.
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