I was born and raised in Glasgow, Scotland, and moved to Washington, DC in 2000. My love of photography evolved from a long-standing interest in graphic design. I’ve worked as a freelance photographer since 2005, and have been published in the New York Times, Washington Post and DC Style magazine. I believe that a professional photographer should have good people skills, strong technical ability, and a keen sense of aesthetics.
My "bachelor name" was Danny Fowler; I changed my last name to my husband's after our marriage in 2014.
Please have a look through my portfolio, or contact me to discuss your specific needs.
Before a shoot, I take the time to understand your needs, without fee or commitment. I will also show you what I delivered, in full, for a previous similar commission.
No Sneaky Add-ons
My fees include the first 30 minutes of travel within the DC metro area (Washington, Montgomery, Fairfax, Arlington, Alexandria, and Prince George's County), post processing and full usage rights.
Friendly and respectful
Many people hate having their picture taken, because the results don’t normally do them justice. I try to put people at ease, and I treat them with respect, regardless of age, ability, color, orientation, or size.
Whatever the lighting, I have the skills and gear (full frame DSLR, back up camera, flashes, zoom and prime lenses) to create detailed images without discoloration, squinting or visible grain.
I don’t make promises I can’t keep, and I’ve never missed a shoot. Customer references available upon request.