Daniel graduated with his BA (Hons) Interior Architecture & Design in 2009 and then went on to gain his MA Fine Art in 2015. Interested in notions of becoming and spatiality, Daniel’s practice is a hybridisation of spatial design and fine art, using structural objects and intuitive drawing processes to explore and model new spatial possibilities.
Daniel has exhibited widely across the South East in both group and solo shows and has also worked with organisations including the Cheriton Light Festival, the Prague Biennale and Folkestone Fringe. Alongside his independent practice, Daniel pursues collaborative projects that operate between architecture and fine art and regularly teaches and facilitates workshops that push the boundaries of design-thinking.
As a champion of arts education, Daniel is actively engaged in educational outreach and continues to facilitate workshops and events in schools and within the community. Alongside this, he is also a Sessional Lecturer of Design for Stage01 Architecture and Stage01 Interior Architecture & Design at the Canterbury School of Architecture, UCA.