Thirty-five years ago, Canadian-born photographer David Haskell opened his first photography studio in Toronto, Canada. He quickly established himself as a trendsetter in the photographic field. Haskell's professional lifestyle and photographic career began with Revlon at the age of nineteen.
Thirty-one years ago, Haskell moved to the USA where he spent his time in the major photographic markets. Working with some of the largest companies, organizations, and high profile personalities in the world, Haskell's work has now been published in over seventy countries and can be seen in North America's major market publications, advertising outlets, and galleries daily.
Haskell has been labeled a visionary and photographer that has a true talent for bringing out the individual personality of his subjects.
a glimpse at his
BODY OF WORK
Procter & Gamble
Frederique van der Wal
National Archive of Women
Smithsonian Native American Art
D.I.S.H.E.S. (Pediatric Aids)
Day of Caring (Breast Cancer Awareness)
One Foundation (Cancer Centre Niagara)
Community Care (Coat & Food Drives)
DSBN (For a Better Learning Centre)
Hospice Niagara, Hospice Denver
Proud Partner of Hernder Picasso's Foundation
With the new studio and gallery set and established in the heart of Niagara's Wine Country, clients of all categories find themselves enjoying the atmosphere and artwork created in Haskell's working environment. From small product to football stadiums, and high profile personalities to the person next door, Haskell's passion for the creative arts is as strong and relevant today as the day he walked into Revlon.