Dominique Hildebrand is a visual storyteller and editor. She is currently based in Washington D.C.
As an editor, Dominique strives to create innovative documentary based stories. This includes the incorporation of still imagery, audio, video and data visualization. She also strives to continue her education, experimenting on how to include new technology, such as photogrammetry, into traditional storytelling.
As an artist, Dominique’s work often blurs the lines between traditional documentary and interpretive storytelling. She works to create bodies of work about community, sometimes using photography, videography, or other mediums to convey core emotions.
Dominique received a Bachelors in Photojournalism from Point Park University in Pittsburgh, PA. She is a master’s candidate at S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. Her work has been published in The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Washington Post, Huffington Post, Syracuse Post-Standard and the South Side Stand. She has had group exhibitions at The Mine Factory and Unsmoked Systems Artspace. She has worked as a Photography Editor at TheNewshouse.com, and was a editing intern at National Geographic Magazine.
Dominique is fond of furry creatures that meow and good white wine.