Denise Vasquez loves capturing moments inspired by nature. Using her photography & artistic eye, Denise is always finding new ways to share her passion.

By day, Denise is a Photographer who lives by the motto "Making People Smile" for Magic Memories at The San Diego Zoo. On her spare time she is a contributor to the YourShot Photographer community at National Geographic, contributing photographer & curator at Viewbug, photographer & designer at Redbubble. Denise was recently selected by Canon as #CanonFavPic of the week, previously worked as a writer, photographer & LA Cultural Examiner, and has created artwork for Stan Lee, Her Universe, Hot Topic, Impact Books, DKE Toys, Bean Pot Toiz, Angry Koala Gear, Topps Trading Cards & more!

 Referred to as a "Modern Day Renaissance Woman" by the media, Denise Vasquez is an artist who creates because it is a part of her being. Born & raised in New York City Denise has been on an adventure, traveling the world and sharing her journey through her art while living in Scotland, London, the US Virgin Islands & now California.

Her talents run the gamut from being a Photographer, Host, Performer, Producer, Promoter, Booker at WO+MEN 4 APPLAUSE™ Variety & Comedy Shows, to being an Award Winning activist, artist, author, poet, singer/guitarist/ASCAP performing songwriter & publisher, a SAG-AFTRA actress,  Stand-Up Comedian, writer, Promotions specialist, Designer,  Founder of  WO+MEN 4 A CAUSE™ and much more. Denise has a passion for utilizing her skills to help make a difference in a positive light using her words, knowledge & art. Since 1999, Denise has been Volunteering her time and sharing information to help bring awareness to many causes. To date Denise has produced, hosted & performed in 10 Festivals (in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Los Angeles, and Arizona); has produced numerous shows featuring women & men in comedy and music, which has brought together many communities, causes, businesses & tons of talent. Denise believes what she wrote in a song "We are Crayons in the box different colors but all made the same for one purpose, to color the picture"! To learn more about Denise Vasquez, follow her online & visit her websites:

National Geographic
Official Website