Aside from his work in television direction and his work as a graphic artist, Dominic Meily is also a freelance photographer.
Meily is best known for his street photography. His images mainly focus on the children, and the contrast between the innocence of childhood and an urban lifestyle. Many of these images were featured in a group exhibit, alongside contributions from other photographers and painters, entitled “The Hands that Feed," for which the proceeds were donated to children's charities.
In April 2009, he was hired by the Philippines' Department of Tourism to do some travel photography to promote the Philippines to tourists under the slogan “WOW Philippines.” Meily’s photographs were used to advertise the Philippines both on billboards and on print magazines. Meily is also a food photographer. He is currently the creative director and a photographer for Dine Asia Magazine. Meily also documents photo-journalistic style weddings and events, such as concerts. He also does pictorials for various TV personalities and celebrities.
Meily hosts seminars and workshops for both professional and amateur photographers, teaching both introductory photography lessons, as well as advanced skills and techniques.
Meily was also voted as President of Photoville International, a group of professional and amateur photographers who came together to share their knowledge and experiences in the art of photography.