Danielle Lancaster


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I’m a photojournalist based on Tamborine Mountain in the hinterland of the Gold Coast in Queensland Australia.

My work is forever exciting and rewarding uncovering new adventures, meeting wonderful people, exploring and then sharing these experiences through my writing and imagery.

What I love: is being there, seeing and relaying on honest and true experience.

I continue to work for corporate, government and media clients. I’m a member of the Australian Society of Travel Writers and the Australian Institute of Professional Photographers.

I’m the author of 4WD Treks Close to Brisbane and Out Around the Bulloo, and contribute regularly to Go Camping and 4WD Australia, News Corporation’s Escape TravelAustralian Geographic plus others.

I am the winner of the 2013 Nikon-Walkley Queensland Slide Night Award with my photo essay Healing Cambodia, a story on the Don Chee: the white robe nuns that live in villages around Angkor Wat, the largest religious structure in the world.

When not adventuring my company Bluedog Photography runs workshops, retreats and tours.

Under the guidance of dedicated professional photographers, in small group sizes you are personally led on that path that suits you wether that be for travel, family, fun or even as an income. Numerous of my students are now either contributing to or making their income from travel photography and writing.


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