Daryl Henderson is a fashion lifestyle, editorial, and travel photographer. He first picked up a camera when he was 5 years old, and spent his childhood exploring and snapping pictures in the woods in Virginia. As soon as he turned 18, his adventurous spirit led him to move all over the East Coast, before landing more permanently in LA. Daryl's ability to capture the ephemeral beauty and playful spirit of life has landed him clients such as America's Next Top Model, Conde Nast, InStyle, Nylon Magazine, and Team One. Whether he is photographing a street scene in Granada, Spain, or a model in New York, his deep love for the art of image making is evident, and his photographs leave a lasting imprint on viewers hearts. Name: Daryl Henderson Nickname: D Q: How old are you? A: None of your business. Q: How old were you when you got your first camera? A: Five years old Q: How long have you been taking photographs? A: I am not telling you how old I am Q: Ok, then how long have you been taking photographs professionally? A: About 12 years now Q: What kinds of images make you think "damn, I wish I had created that."? A: Usually, images that are clever, well executed, and makes me feel something. For example, Nick Knight's work with flowers or Richard Avedon's portraits of the American West are stunning. Q: What inspires you artistically on a daily basis? A: Simply put, I am a lover of light..... and color. The way they interact on infinite surfaces in a constant source of inspiration. Q: If you could use your photography to impact one area of society what would you choose? A: I believe we are all equals. To that affect I want my work to cross boundaries and bring people closer together. To have a conversation, to laugh, or just to feel something. So to answer more clearly, I would choose to impact society as a whole. Q: If you could shoot anywhere in the world where would it be? A: Antarctica Q: Why there? A: Because it is one of those places most people will never get to go to. Q: If you couldn't do photography, what else would you do? A: What do you mean what else would I do? I would draw pictures, or paint them, or make them move. Basically I would keep making pictures Q: Where do you see yourself in ten years? A: On a beach somewhere in Thailand getting a massage and drinking a tasty beverage. Oh you mean for work? In ten years I'll be doing what I'm doing now. Playing with new technology and mixing it with the old to create still and moving imagery.