Alexandra C. Daley-Clark is a commercial and editorial photographer based in southern Maine. She specializes in photographing issues related to the worlds oceans, islands and fisheries. She has covered stories as varied as puffin reintroduction on the coast of Maine, to the preservation of the working waterfront, shrimping, tuna fishing and lobstering. She has shot commercial work at sea for Lindblad Expeditions in The Galapagos, Costa Rica, Panama and the Eastern Seaboard of the United States.
She is as comfortable at sea as on land.
She has worked for Newsweek magazine, and Saba photo agency in New York City. In 2001 she left the big city, and set-off to hike and photograph the entire length of the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine. 2,160 miles, approximately five million steps, 1500 photographs, and six-and-a-half months later, she completed the long walk and settled in Maine.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in photography from Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York.
Among her many clients are: The New York Times, Newsweek Magazine, The Scientist, Weekly Reader, National Geographic Adventure, Lindblad Expeditions, Jeopardy!, Arthur Frommer’s Budget Travel, Backpacker Magazine, The National Park Service, IDEXX labs, and The Pine Tree Society. In addition, her images have been featured on several book covers.
Most recently she served as the Director of Photography for the Do1Thing project, in addition to being a contract photographer for the America 24/7 project.
Alexandra lives in Lyman, Maine with her husband of ten+ years, their son Calhan, and two dogs named Basil and Bogart.
If you’re looking for Alexandra’s wedding photography please see: www.classicmaineweddings.com/