DANIËLLE
SIOBHÁN

‘A lifetime philosopher and optimist, a wanderer with a camera around her neck’.

Daniëlle Siobhán is a storyteller on both sides of the camera.
Award winning photographer for ‘best European photography talent of 2019’, Fresh Eyes x Gup Magazine.

Born in The Netherlands with strong roots in Ireland, currently living in Dublin.
Since the age of 16, Danielle has worked as a post producer and assistant photographer in Amsterdam, London and New York City.

Working alongside Alexi Lubomirski, Pieter Henket, Agata Serge, Tim Zaragoza, Anouk Hart, Jasper Abels, Boom Productions, Atelier Management and Haut Studios working at several different sets and studios including Tim Walker Studio London and Irving Penn Studio New York.
Nowadays she combines modelling with her work as a photographer and post producer and is represented by De Boekers, Not Another, PMA and NEVS.

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DANIËLLE SIOBHÁN

‘A lifetime philosopher and optimist, a wanderer with a camera around her neck’.

Daniëlle Siobhán is a storyteller on both sides of the camera.
Award winning photographer for ‘best European photography talent of 2019’, Fresh Eyes x Gup Magazine.

Born in The Netherlands with strong roots in Ireland, currently living in Dublin.
Since the age of 16, Danielle has worked as a post producer and assistant photographer in Amsterdam, London and New York City.

Working alongside Alexi Lubomirski, Pieter Henket, Agata Serge, Tim Zaragoza, Anouk Hart, Jasper Abels, Boom Productions, Atelier Management and Haut Studios working at several different sets and studios including Tim Walker Studio London and Irving Penn Studio New York.
Nowadays she combines modelling with her work as a photographer and post producer and is represented by De Boekers, Not Another, PMA and NEVS.

DANIËLLE’S ARTWORK

RANAU, MALAYSIA

“Where there was no other sound than singing birds, breaking branches, and leaves catching raindrops from falling. Tracks I had walked had faded, completely disappeared. The sun set and the rain started pouring harder and louder than before.

It makes me feel small. Strong but small.

There’s something about jungles that makes me feel comfortable. I have always lived in concrete jungles, Amsterdam, New York and London.

The cities are screaming, people are rushing and time is ticking. At home I barely stand still and never take time to think. But in Ranau, a jungle 11,000 kilometers from London, I find myself entirely serene. I stand still and time does not excist.

I love how calm the wild makes me.