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A white woman wearing a black sweater and black pants with a blue and pink Skida ballcap and wool clogs sits casually on a large log of driftwood. Behind her is the James River in Richmond, Virginia and the shore across the river where a cemetary is visible up on the hill. The sun appears to be setting as she looks off into the distance towards the light.

Currently in cahoots:

+ JAM Collective social media specialist and program manager

   for Thru Hike Syndicate

+ Marketing Director for Trails Magazine

Tori Duhaime (she/they)

- Richmond, VA (Powhatan land)


Movement is my first language. Raised in Southwest Colorado on Ute and Pueblo land, I was brought up on the extracurricular opportunities of the outdoors while pursuing the early stages of a professional dance career. 

As a professional photographer based in Richmond, VA, I blend my background in dance with a passion for the outdoors to capture dynamic imagery that speaks volumes. With a BFA in Modern Dance from the University of Utah, I seamlessly transitioned from a career in dance to photography, drawing inspiration from my experiences in both worlds.

Specializing in outdoor photography, I've collaborated with renowned brands such as Subaru, Danner Boots, and Atomic Skis, crafting compelling visuals that showcase the thrill of movement against breathtaking landscapes. My portfolio includes captivating shots from bike races like the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic and Gravista, as well as events in Richmond, VA, and beyond.

As a seasoned social media specialist and PR professional, I've lent my expertise to brands like Osprey Packs and consulted on ethical social media management for various clients. Additionally, I've spearheaded initiatives like the Thru Hike Syndicate program, amplifying the stories of thru-hikers and expanding representation in outdoor storytelling.

With over five years as Marketing Director for Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, I've honed my skills in creative development and marketing, fostering partnerships and driving impactful campaigns. Now based in Richmond, VA, I'm dedicated to contributing valuable imagery to the local dance and outdoor communities, enriching storytelling in the Mid-Atlantic and Appalachian regions.

Historically in cahoots:

+ Social media specialist for Osprey Packs on behalf of JAM


+ Producer for Ravel Media / She Explores Podcast

+ Marketing Director for Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company

   and Dance West Fest

Local Guide for Fjallraven Park City, UT

Ambassador for DU/ER Performance 

Available services for hire

price negotiated depending on requested deliverables and scope of work 

email to inquire


Natural Light Photography

(available for travel)

  • sports and sporting events

  • portfolio material

  • lifestyle

  • product

  • dance and movement

  • direct to consumer content

  • user-generated content ​​


Guest Speaker and Educator

(in person or virtual)

  • ethical photography practices

  • creative process development

  • career development and embracing changed paths

  • dance for camera and photography

  • social media ethics and use​​

Brand and business

Organic Social Media Consultation

(in person or virtual)

  • social media strategy development

  • effective DTC and UGC use

  • SEO optimized digital strategy

  • social platform "best practices"

  • crisis response development

  • profile management practices 

  • ethical social media practices​​

artistic, social, and environmental values

Everything is a motion, a movement, an action. I admire the nuances of each transition and glance that signifies an honest experience in the body and in the land alike. With a lifelong education in dance, a stumble into photography, and a love for the land and its people, I seek movement in physical, ideological, spatial, and experiential design.

I am a lifelong, in-process advocate for justice, diversity, equity, access, and inclusion in all my occupied spaces in the outdoors and dance. My care for these efforts is expected to be shared by all brands, partners, and employers from the executive to staff level. I will not claim expertise in regard to equity but I will not take up space that should be given to others. I aim to offer any form of support in expanding the conversations and resources to improve these efforts within my appropriate role and utilize my privileges to amplify the voices of others and their experiences. If you are seeking photographers to carry those conversations from first-hand experience, I will gladly recommend and connect you to Black, Indigenous, people of color, LGBTQIA+, and disabled photographers to hire with the expectation that they are paid effectively and equally to any other hire and are respected fully.

Sustainability and protection of Indigenous and public land in the context of environmental justice is a critical point of value in my work and life. I seek full transparency in those I work with to expose the work being done internally to combat climate change, racial and social injustices, and reduction of waste.

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