Creative Media done Right.

what we do

The things we focus on most


We believe it's important to look our best, whether this is for personal or business purposes. We can help you look your best with the help of our expert photographers.


From logo and branding design to user interface design, danielhaus can help you with all you design needs. This even includes website design and stationary.


Make your business stand out against the crowd by having a great eye-catching logo that welcomes your customers and accurately represents your business.


Every picture has a story to tell.
Professional Portrait Senior Photos of Samantha Alexander. Daniel Acedo DANIELHAUS


Capturing smiles for all your professional needs.

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Photo of woman walking her bike in crosswalk. Downtown Tucson Arizona Daniel Acedo DANIELHAUS


Taking a closer look at the people of our city - Tucson.

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Photo of Apache Lake Arizona by DANNIELHAUS Daniel Acedo


Admiring the beautiful landscapes Arizona has to offer.

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Photo sessions starting at $95. Click here for Pricing & Packages.


To design is to understand uncertainty


Making your ideas come to life - pixel or vector.


Getting your customers from point A to point B fast and efficient.


Create and build a strong online presence for your business.

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Recent Projects

The things we've been up to recently

Senior Pictures with Samantha

College Senior pictures for Samantha A. University of Arizona and University Blvd. Tucson, Arizona. March 15th, 2017.

Moment Threads

Moment Threads is an exciting project DANIELHAUS has been working on for several months now. It is a clothing and accessories outlet for the young generation. Our whole goal is to make designs that you would want to wear. We want what you wear to match your style since we know that what you put on can say a lot about you - so why not wear something that looks good.

The Old Pueblo

This is a great panoramic shot by Daniel Acedo. Taken on the night of the "Super Moon." In the background, you can see plumes of smoke and fire coming from a controlled wildfire in the Santa Catalina Mountains.