Mother to Perez, Maggie and Norah; wife to Steve
Ali Denney is a freelance documentary photographer. She spends time shooting for non-profits and NGO’s and is incredibly passionate about the humanitarian work being done throughout the globe. She is inspired by stories of daily life and the struggles and triumphs existing in every situation. Her work exists to raise awareness of underground issues and enliven the heart by the beauty of visual experience.
She graduated with a BA in Psychology from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2002 and pursued education in photography for 3 years following graduation. In 2010, after nearly 10 years working as a teacher and photographing countless projects as a volunteer, she surged into photography full time. Working alongside non-profits, she has documented orphanage life, food distribution, sustainability projects, medical issues, malnutrition and many other pressing needs associated with poverty in Uganda, Haiti, Guatemala and Mexico.
After 10 years of living in the urban core of San Diego, she and her family made a recent move to spend time in the Sierras, calling a mountain cabin near Donner Lake, CA 'home' for the time being.
To learn more about Ali, or talk with her about an upcoming project, send her an email by clicking HERE.
She is available for projects worldwide.