Danika Magdelena

In British Vogue’s September ‘Forces for Change’ article journalist Felicia Pennant wrote, “You need to Commit the name Danika Magdelena to Memory”. Danika, who’s IG handle is @Sirius_Film chose the sky’s brightest star for her moniker; Sirius the  “Dog Star”, and is an expression of her own brilliance. 

Danika got her start in 2014, shooting at parties in London with her point & shoot film camera. In 2015 she began directing, styling and shooting her own fashion stories. Her first photo-book titled ‘Sirius Nostalgia dropped in 2019 and showcased five years of her most iconic imagery. That same year Vogue commissioned her to shoot the Women’s World Cup. Today she can be found carrying a Nikon SLR and photographs some of the biggest names in fashion, sports and entertainment. 

Her latest project called ‘Girl’s Don’t Cry’ started as a moving image piece from a university project but has now evolved into a platform promoting positive mental health awareness, self expression and connects like-minded young women. In her interview with Dazed magazine Danika said “My creative manifesto is about capturing candid moments with people that I shoot, in a way in which the vibe translates naturally through the photograph,”. 

A favorite on Instagram, Danika’s nostalgic-yet-modern lens on the youth highlights the magic of ‘The Vibe’. Her intimate snaps have caught the gaze of sports stars, musicians and creatives alike, capturing notable names like Serena Williams, Jourdan Dunn and Raheem, with British television presenter Maya Jama selecting her as her go-to photographer. Danika’s career highlights include shooting a Nike campaign with the amazing Adwoa Adoah, touring with Drake and shooting behind the scenes for Arsenal Football’s  2020/21 kit campaign. 

In British Vogue’s September ‘Forces for Change’ article journalist Felicia Pennant wrote, “You need to Commit the name Danika Magdelena to Memory”. Danika, who’s IG handle is @Sirius_Film chose the sky’s brightest star for her moniker; Sirius the  “Dog Star”, and is an expression of her own brilliance. 

Danika got her start in 2014, shooting at parties in London with her point & shoot film camera. In 2015 she began directing, styling and shooting her own fashion stories. Her first photo-book titled ‘Sirius Nostalgia dropped in 2019 and showcased five years of her most iconic imagery. That same year Vogue commissioned her to shoot the Women’s World Cup. Today she can be found carrying a Nikon SLR and photographs some of the biggest names in fashion, sports and entertainment. 

Her latest project called ‘Girl’s Don’t Cry’ started as a moving image piece from a university project but has now evolved into a platform promoting positive mental health awareness, self expression and connects like-minded young women. In her interview with Dazed magazine Danika said “My creative manifesto is about capturing candid moments with people that I shoot, in a way in which the vibe translates naturally through the photograph,”. 

A favorite on Instagram, Danika’s nostalgic-yet-modern lens on the youth highlights the magic of ‘The Vibe’. Her intimate snaps have caught the gaze of sports stars, musicians and creatives alike, capturing notable names like Serena Williams, Jourdan Dunn and Raheem, with British television presenter Maya Jama selecting her as her go-to photographer. Danika’s career highlights include shooting a Nike campaign with the amazing Adwoa Adoah, touring with Drake and shooting behind the scenes for Arsenal Football’s  2020/21 kit campaign. 

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