The story of a photographer

Growing up with family in the fashion, design, publication, and photography industries, at an early age I was introduced to the concepts of design, expression, and craftsmanship.

I began to play with vintage Brownie cameras, and cameras such as the Olympus OM-1 SLR, along with a few early Nikons, documenting the world around me and learning how to freeze time.

By 2009 I considered myself a hobbyist photographer utilizing a Sony DSC-H50. But it wasn't until 2014, (when I bought the Nikon D3300 shortly after its release) that I decided to pursue photography in a professional manner.

After more than a decade, a new camera, multiple features in magazines, online publications and a few art gallery exhibitions later I couldn't be more grateful and excited to have a career using a camera. I am always pushing my boundaries to evolve as a photographer, and artist. With that being said, I invite you to work and collaborate in this beautiful craft with me. I hope to hear from you soon.

- Danny.G.


Malachi: Dance amour (Dancer)

“Danny's photography skills are truly amazing! He has a unique eye for capturing moments that others might miss. His photos are always creative, beautiful, and full of emotion. He has a way of making even the most ordinary things look extraordinary through his lens. I'm always in awe of his talent and I'm so lucky to have seen the world through his perspective.”

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