Daniel is an international travel writer, photographer, designer and editor who has journeyed across 25 different countries in Asia, Europe, the Mid‐East and North America. He has spent the last five years living in China and Myanmar documenting people, food, culture, society, and the natural landscape. In 2009, he received the Carol Crowe Memorial Scholarship in Photography from the Glassell School of Art, and was awarded the 2013 Suzanne Tito Prize in Poetry from Alligator Juniper National Literary Journal.
Daniel's work can be seen as an active search for the texture of life. His photography blends the still-life artifacts of everyday occurrences with striking, candid portraiture and vast landscapes in order to convey the importance and impermanence of human life; it is a testament to the variety and complexity of our human experience.