Danikah Chartier is a photographer specializing in fashion and artistic portraiture. She is working towards her Bachelor’s degree in Photography at the Fashion Institute of Technology with a minor in Art History and Film Studies. Danikah uses her photography to understand her sexuality, find comfort in her nudity, and deepen her relationship to self. She often expresses these themes through witty still-life images, sexually driven fashion photographs, and nude self-portraiture.
In March of 2020, Danikah left her school in New York to quarantine in her family home in Maine. She took this moment of solitude as an opportunity to repair the relationship she has with her naked body. Through nude self-portraiture Danikah has captured the beautiful strength it takes to heal emotional wounds and the journey of finding peace within oneself.
Each year Danikah Chartier donates 10% of her photography business profits to an organization dedicated to helping people in need. In the previous years she has sponsored an artist scholarship, donated to the nonprofit organization Art Start, and in 2020 is saving up to donate to the National Domestic Violence Hotline. All proceeds from print sales will also be donated to the National Domestic Violence Hotline. For more information visit the “Art Saves Lives” tab.
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