Daniel has a passion for photography, with a focus on street photography, weddings and live music. These all have one thing in common, they capture human emotion.

There’s a lot of controversy when it comes to street photography; the idea of taking photographs of people in public without their knowledge can make people, even the photographer, feel uncomfortable. However, there is so much beauty in the world, even in the seemingly mundane and this is what drives Daniel to keep going.

Street photography forces you to learn your camera inside out, there is no time to change settings when it comes to capturing fleeting moments. Experience will help you anticipate this moments and think about composition ahead of time.

Alternatively, if you have the patience you can spend a more time on the composition and wait for the elements to align. With a little luck you might get the photo you are after.

All these skills are translatable, and of huge benefit, to wedding photography. Daniel has now photographed over thirty weddings; he still does so with a grin on his face, it brings him great joy to share such special days with so many happy people.

In early 2017, Daniel began looking for venues to shoot live music, he offered to photograph behind the scenes for a live music concert. The success of this snowballed into many new opportunities and contacts, which led to Daniel photographing a live music festival later that year.