Dominick Aznavour (31 years old) was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, where he studied photography, film production, acting, music & art. Throughout the years, Dominick has concentrated his talent and time on both photography and film production, interning at businesses like Alcon Entertainment, Universal Music Group, Essential Entertainment as well

Being both an actor and a photographer, I know what it’s like to be both behind the camera and in front. I dedicate myself to providing a comfortable and fun atmosphere in order to be able to provide a great product and service for you. My passions lie within both working with people and creating something beautiful, so when you choose my services, I personally guarantee your satisfaction and will stop at nothing to achieve that.
— Dominick Aznavour

Service Areas: Valencia, Santa Clarita, Newhall, Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley & throughout Southern California. Willing to travel.




June 2018//

Dominick Aznavour was recently featured by the global watch manufacturer TIMEX to shoot images as an influencer for their “How do you weekend” campaign. The campaign featured multiple scenarios using “The Weekender” series watch in which Dominick was used to create a multitude of scenes in order to showcase the series. You can go to their instagram page in order to see the featured images seen below:



November 2017//

Dominick was most recently featured in "L.A. Living" magazine, with an 8-page spread about him and his photography. The article includes a Q&A regarding Dominick's journey into the world of photography, as well as behind-the-scenes commentary on some of his photos. Click on the image below to read the full article.

Dominick's article starts on page 36. 



March 2017//

An up and coming magazine named "No Greater Good" recently featured Dominick in a 4 page photo spread with the theme TRASH. Dominick was asked to create a work which revolved around the theme. Both Dominick's photography and graphic design was featured in the magazine. Here is an excerpt from the magazine:

TRASH is a collection of work inspired by a single (shitty) word. Less photos of garbage and more introspective self-loathing, TRASH is our attempt to make something beautiful out of something ugly (don’t worry, it’s all still pretty ugly).
— No Greater Good Magazine