Danielle Pearce is a photographer and creative social strategist. Her personal work explores the topic of genetic cancers and the female identity.
Danielle Pearce attended Parsons School of Design and Eugene Lang College at the New School in New York City. She has a BFA in Photography and a BA in Economics. At 19, Danielle tested positive for the BRCA 1 gene mutation, after both her grandmother and mother survived breast cancer. Her work is heavily influenced by her experience with cancer, genetics, and preventative surgeries.
Danielle's work has been internationally exhibited in the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia as well as Galleria Carla Sozzani with Vogue Italia in Milan, Italy. Her commercial work ranges from advertising and brand building to social media advertising with an influencer focus (over 150,000 impressions per post). She also has professional experience in photo production, publication research, video + gif production, studio lighting, social media strategy, and retouching.
Clients include Birchbox, Skagen, Millennial Magazine, Hostelling International, Industry City Distillery, North Star Fund, Zagat, IHeartMedia, Hibba Beauty Salon, Fashion.Culture.Design, Wunderlich Kaplan Communications, Little Duck Organics, Brads Raw Foods, AOC Salon, Sidewalk Labs, Travel and Social Good.
Social media influencer marketing photography clients include Steffy's Pros and Cons (in collaboration with Uber, Modcloth, Marks and Spencer, Levi's, Ardene, Burt's Bees, RX Bar, LuLu's, Tetrapak, Proctor & Gamble, Popchips, Lucky Brand, JCPenny, Martha Stewart, Freshpet, Gilette, Walker Edison, Nordstrom, Barkthins, Amazon Prime Video, and Otterbox), Noelle Downing ( in collaboration with Ardene), Jag Lever (in collaboration with Ardene), and Rach Martino (in collaboration with Pantene and JCPenney).
Publications include Vogue Italia, Time, Refinery 29, Millennial Magazine, and CNBC.
Previous exhibitions include those at Milk Gallery, The State Hermitage Museum, and Galleria Carla Sozzani