I was born in Maine where I was raised by my parents, who I shared with my sister, brother, dog and cats.
I attended the Rochester Institute of Technology, where I was first inspired by seeing the work of Sandy Skoglund and Pete Turner. I studied camera operations with b/w films, working with 35mm, digital single-lens reflex, view, and Kodak Brownie cameras. He completed his BFA at the New Hampshire Institute of Art in 2015.
Since graduating, Daniel has worked as a freelance food photographer doing contractual photo assignments with a GrubHub. Also, he is a Photo Editor for Best View Imaging, a company that provides photography service for real estate agents. His work has been exhibited at varies galleries in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Washington D.C. and New York.
During free time, Daniel serves as a volunteer tour guide at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and enjoys hiking in the deep woods.