Damion Lloyd Photography is one of the leading product, apparel and fashion photography studios in the United States. We serve clients from Los Angeles, Orange County, and all of Southern California to the entire United States. No project is too big or small. Inquire today! 310-406-4455 or email:


Damion Lloyd has been a professional photographer for over 20 years. He learned to develop B&W film in the 8th grade and started his career as the high school yearbook staff photographer.

He is self-taught and worked independently for over a decade. In 2002, he became the head of e-commerce product photography at Wet Seal. Soon after, he worked for Guess Jeans and Oakley, until he left to build his own business.

In his downtime, you will most likely find Damion in the garden, at his local Fullerton City Council meetings, or with his wife and three dogs!


Marlon has over 5 years of experience working with a camera.

Since a young age, he has had a love for art and design. This soon then translated itself into his career in photography.

In his free time, Marlon enjoys spending time with his daughter, surfing, street photography, and spending time outdoors.


Leif is professionally trained in studio photography and retouching with a careful eye for detail.

He is also a published, award-winning fine art street photographer who is inspired by the stillness of night and the shapes and patterns of his environment.

Leif enjoys exploring new places and being out in nature. He is fascinated by foreign languages and likes to spend time listening to podcasts in Russian and Spanish.


Marcus has been shooting for 6 years and has developed amazing relationships with the people and environments he has discovered in the process.

He hopes to obtain credentials to teach photography at the collegiate level in the near future and enjoys creating with like minded people.

Marcus enjoys traveling to the outdoors, eating good food, and spur of the moment adventures.


Tanya enjoyed a 20-year career as a professional dancer and choreographer before leaving performing for work in arts administration, including starting a successful nonprofit for dance in Ireland.

She has always had a passion for good photography and believes that sometimes only art can truly capture the magic of being alive.
In her downtime, she is a mentor to women in need, as well as a yogi and all around goofball.

She loves bringing commerce and art together as the manager at DLP. Collaborating with clients to see their vision come to life is the best part of her job!