Daniel (b.1980) is a documentary photographer, from Oxford, UK. His work is an examination of the way differences in social, economic and political communities can reveal something universal within the human condition. Through exploring the social and physical landscapes inhabited by those affected by conflict, economic crises and political injustice he hopes to fill in the spaces between people and visually unite them through exposing their shared hopes, desires and frailties. 


TRAINING

Immediate Emergency Care - South Central Ambulance Service - 2018                                       

Participant in Rory Peck Trust Safety Surgery - 2018

Workshop ‘Storytelling Through Photography’ led by Kate Holt - 2018

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

‘Fire in the Blood’ - Solo show TBC - Old Fire Station - Oxford - 2020

‘The Art of Living’ - Solo show TBC - The North Wall Gallery - Oxford - 2020

Recipient - Rebecca Vassie Trust Project Development Bursary - 2019

Selected Works - ‘Lande’ exhibition - Pitt Rivers Museum - 2019

Talk - The Role of Photojournalism in the Humanitarian Sector - University of Oxford - 2019

Frontline Freelance Register Membership - 2019

Rebecca Vassie Memorial Award 2019 - Shortlisted

Mentor - Refugee Journalism Project - London College of Communication 2018-19

‘The Art of Living’ - Featured in Fable and Folk - 2018

Israel/Palestine - 'Urban' exhibition - West Ox Arts Gallery - 2018

Guest Speaker - Screening of 'Refugee Blues', winner of Best European Documentary at the European Independent Film Awards - London 2017

The Photographic Angle - 'My Country' national exhibition - UK 2016-18

Featured on Street Photography International - 2015

Royal Photographic Society - A day in the Life - Shortlisted - 2015

World Street Photography Awards - Reflections Hon Mention - 2015