• Berlin, Germany

    We took a train from Venice to Berlin just in time for New Years. We went to the Brandenburg Gate for the celebration. The streets were filled with people, and fireworks were exploding from every angle. The next couple days we explored the city a bit, seeing part of the Berlin Wall. Until I saw […]

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    February 7, 2015 By Deena Danielle
  • Milan & Venice, Italy

    Flying into Milan was one of the most spectacular scenes I’ve witnessed from an airplane. The Alps were clearly visible for miles. We were lucky to fly on such a clear day. We landed and gathered ourselves, to take the bus into the city. The day was clear and sunny and then the weather took […]

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    January 31, 2015 By Deena Danielle
  • Budapest, Hungary

    All I could think of in relation to Budapest before arriving to the city was the film, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” directed by Wes Anderson, whose films I revere for their character complexity and eccentricities. But, alas Budapest was nothing like his film. Though the trip to Budapest was short and sweet, the city exceeded my expectations. […]

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    January 30, 2015 By Deena Danielle
  • Warsaw & Oświęcim, Poland

    Warsaw We landed in Warsaw, Poland and took a train the next day to Oświęcim where we went to take a day tour of Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp. This is a place I had learned about for many years through heart breaking books, movies, museums, and accounts of the Holocaust. History For some time I have had […]

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    January 28, 2015 By Deena Danielle
  • Brussels, Belgium

    Apologies for the month long hiatus during the holidays. I took an almost three week trip to travel around Europe. So, I’ve been working behind the scenes editing photos and sharing stories about travels in preparation to publicly share here. I left Madrid on December 19th and traveled to Brussels, Belgium with a friend. We […]

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    January 18, 2015 By Deena Danielle
  • The Garden Architect

    My dear friend, L’ucrezia Grassi an Italian fashion design student, and I worked together on this series of photographs. The stylist and shoot director was all L’ucrezia.The model acted as a character. A garden architect, with an impeccable sense of style and an imagination leaning into romanticism, shot in Retiro Park, Madrid, Spain. This is […]

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    December 20, 2014 By Deena Danielle
  • London, England

      This post has been delayed because I was awaiting my film to be developed at the lomography store. I traveled to London for three days and saw quite a bit of the city in a short amount of time. I arrived late Thursday night, and slept until Friday morning when I awoke for a […]

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    December 17, 2014 By Deena Danielle
  • Glitter and Gold

    I had an in studio fashion shoot last weekend with model Madi Karbowniak, and MUA Jorge SGF. It was at La Factoria in Madrid, Spain. It’s a little studio that I’ve started shooting in. It’s really nice to have found a place in Madrid where I can still create my work. We worked on two […]

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    November 30, 2014 By Deena Danielle
  • San Sebastian, Spain

      On Sunday we took a lovely day trip to the city of San Sebastian. It’s only an hour and a half from Bilbao. The city located on the coast is known for having the best tapas, and has an endless amount of fresh sea food. Many of the restaurants there have earned multiple Michelin […]

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    November 15, 2014 By Deena Danielle
  • A Weekend in Bilbao, Spain

        I went with two friends to Bilbao last weekend. It was a four day weekend due to the many holidays celebrated by the Spanish. It provided a much needed escape from Madrid. We traveled four hours to the city in the North of Spain where we met two more friends I know from […]

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    November 14, 2014 By Deena Danielle
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