Photo & Video
Posted by Paul Drury
19. Oct, 2012
After learning and applying his art while living in Innsbruck, Austria for three years, Daniel returned home to continue his photographic work, shooting predominantly old film cameras and Polaroids. He uses mostly natural light to help in his vision to create soft/intimate portraits.
Daniel’s work has been displayed in galleries in Europe and Australia, and is currently working on a project for a book to be published in 2013.
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