He sees the world and the human body differently than anyone else. Unexpected framing defines his work. Broken silhouettes and playing with the perspective make Daniel’s work stand out. He can paint a new world with his lighting. Daniel's aesthetics force the viewer to pay attention and look for new meanings.
You can look at his pictures many times and find a new element each time. He leaves space for interpretation. He uses the viewer to finish the story. It is not without reason that in 2018 he was the first photographer to win the Crown in the KTR competition – with his works have been awarded with gold, silver and bronze. In 2016, he won the Golden KTR Sword in photography.