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Dixie D. Vereen is an award-winning photographer with incredible experience photographing an extensive range of subjects of and events. From photographing conflicts in war zones to the serenity in convents; from private shoots of prisoners to private shoots of U. S. Presidents; capturing the passion of chefs and their creations to capturing simple natural beauty of everyday life. Ms. Vereen’s interest in photography began as a teenager. She acquired her first 35mm camera at age 16 while living in North Carolina. As an Army Brat, travel was second nature. Having already lived in Colorado, Germany and Chicago, at age 18, she moved to New York to work for Newsday. She went on to work for the Philadelphia Inquirer before joining the innovative, founding team that started USA TODAY.


Currently Ms. Vereen is a freelance photographer and videographers the Washington, D.C. area. Her vast knowledge in photography and design makes Ms. Vereen indispensable on any photographic project. Whether your needs are for a documentary, food/restaurant project, portrait session, sports, entertainment and even weddings Ms. Vereen can help you accomplish your goals.


Sampling of personalities photographed

Tina Turner

Mick Jagger

President Obama

President George H. W. Bush

South Africa President Nelson Mandela

Denzel Washington


Sampling of clients

Mountain Dew

National Geographic

Cortina Video Productions

U. S. News & World Reports

USA Weekend


Sampling of publications work has been featured

The Washington Post

The New York Times

National Geographic

Time Magazine


Sampling of exhibit venues

Havana, Cuba

Library of Congress

Corcoran Museum of Art

National Museum of Women

Numerous international Museums

Harlem Museum


Contact: Dixie D. Vereen 703-409-5901

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