Hello friends. Who would have thought that I would be titling one of my posts around a global pandemic? This has turned into a very hard and strange year, in a very quick amount of time. I am writing this from the safety
A Nonprofit Photo Trip in India
For almost all of this past February, I was traveling across the country in India for a US-based nonprofit called Homes of Hope India. Some of you may recognize that name; I photographed for them last year, as well. They financially support and help construct schools and orphanages for young girls who are
How is it a new year and a new decade?! Welcome to 2020, everyone! I spent my second holiday season in a row in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It's so hard being away from family and friends in America, but I filled my schedule with lots of photoshoots, petsitting for multiple families, and
Hello Again, Vietnam...
It feels surreal to type this, but my six months in America is over already! It feels like I just got here, and that I JUST left Vietnam! So crazy, but I'm currently en route back to Ho Chi Minh City for another amazing
The rest of 2019 is planned and sorted! WOO HOO! I am ready to work with as many of my clients as possible in the next few months. I can't believe how fast this year has flown by, and how many places I've been able to
The Heat Hasn't Kept Me Down!!
Whew, it's been a hot summer in America, and I live in Vietnam part of the year, so that's saying something! But the heat hasn't stopped me or my AWESOME clients from getting out there and creating
Summertime in the States!
I've been back in America for a little over a month already! How time goes by so fast is completely beyond me. I've already spent time in Wilmington, NC; Richmond, VA; and
Vietnam just set a record for the hottest day (110 degrees Fahrenheit), and it's only April. It's been unbelievably sweltering, so I am already in a summer-state-of-mind. SO! I am thrilled to announce my "summer plans" and where I'll be starting in May. Drum roll please.....
I recently returned from a photo trip to northeast India, and it was everything. I went to that little section between Myanmar, Bhutan, and Bangladesh.... wayyyy up there. It was remote, it was challenging,
Finding the Balance
As a Sicilian olive farmer once told me, life is about finding balance. If you work 8 hours a day at something that you are truly passionate about and love, spend 8 hours a day doing things that you enjoy and are good for you, and get 8 hours of restful sleep,
Danielle Desnoyers is a traveling freelance photographer with a focus on humanitarian, travel, and family photography. She currently splits her time between the United States and Vietnam with travels to other countries as well.