Denise Vasquez Photography
The Disabled Photographer Project & How Accessible Is Accessible Series Founded by Denise Vasquez
Denise's recent work has been focused around accessibility, diversity and inclusion in the outdoors.
After becoming permanently disabled from a work injury, Denise wanted to get outdoors to create, connect, and to be one with nature. While exploring National parks, State Parks, and Local Parks, Denise noticed that the paths, trails, signs, restrooms, picnic areas, campgrounds and much more were not compliant with the ADA Law which has been in effect for over 30 years.
On a mission to bring change, Denise founded The Disabled Photographer Project and How Accessible Is Accessible series.
As an artist who creates because it is a part of her being, Denise has been using her passions and skills while traveling to all of the parks to demonstrate which paths are really accessible and compliant with the ADA law.
Denise is based in Yucca Valley, a Council Member at Joshua Tree National Park Association and is currently consulting with other National Parks.
If you'd like to hire Denise as a consultant, photographer, content creator, panelist, speaker writer, ambassador or promoter, she is available for partnerships, and more! Click here to Consult
Contributions help keep The Disabled Photographer Project "How Accessible Is Accessible" series going, and you can support the project by making a donation Here: