My name is Daniella Almona and I am a Nigerian-born, and Atlanta-based portrait photographer. I am a black woman who is passionate about highlighting people of color in digital and film photography. I find joy in capturing portraits that show the beauty and love in my community. I am intrigued by human connection, expression, and color theory, all of which influence my work as an artist.
I graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a B.F.A in Photography and a minor in Advertising Art Direction.
I am a member of Black Women Photographers, The Luupe and Diversify Photo (UpNext)
photo by Marie Thomas
Worked with/ Featured By:
Black Women Photographers
Cam Kirk Studios
The LUNA Collective, Luna Sweetheart: Daniella Almona's vibrant and colorful photography showcases words that can't be conveyed
CanvasRebel, Meet Daniella Almona
Capture One, Dive Into Color with Daniella Almona
RADR Africa, Daniella Almona: Highlighting Blackness in all Forms Through Photography
Photo Shelter, Embracing the Beauty of Locs in Daniella Almona’s “Crown”
Capture One, Three Black Photographers Who Explore the World through Color
VSCO, Shaping History: Community dialogues for Black History Month
SCAN Magazine, Spring 2021 Issue Vol. 13 No. 2 - ContradictionThe Connector, AMARI MONEÉ DISCOVERS HEALING WITH HER COLLECTION, ‘RECLAIMED’