Daniel’s work converges from a wide spectrum of antecedent influences. His study of philosophy at university and later a degree in maths & computer science, geological field trips with his father from a young age, a mother with a love of maths and the engineering mind of his hugely self educated grandfather.
Daniel’s sculptures are an expression of his philosophy of creating engaging aesthetically harmonious living and working spaces. They are predominantly curvilinear in form as an expression of the human desire for serenity, while symbolising movement, transition and change.
His influences are heavily routed in specific contemporary architectural forms where the process of allowing a convergence of nature and human design is self evident. His aim is to create abstract sculptural art which is free from ideology, but open to interpretation and speculation.