Ever since Daniel first picked up a camera when he was younger, he was in love with photography. It didn't take long for him to decide that this was what he wanted to do in life, and he quickly started taking every class he could and shooting as much as possible. Currently, he is in his fourth year of studying Advertising Photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Daniel has been shooting portraits and still life for the past five years, and has a commercial drone license as well.
The thing I love most about this job is being able to explore so many different new areas of life. From being able to travel to Italy for photography, to meeting new people, to peeking behind the curtain in different industries, photography allows me to explore and learn constantly.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
I have done a good amount of still life photography, and I tend to use a technique called knolling to organize in a very methodical way. Along with this though, I shoot portraiture and try to make a connection with my subject to make more than a standard portrait.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
- Drexel University Photography Contest (2016), Finalist - RIT Art Out (2018), Finalist
A fun fact about this photographer
During my time in college, I have traveled to 10 different countries including Italy, Croatia, Germany, and Cuba.