I shoot a wide variety of events, from a school carnival to protests to galas to a 5K race, art gallery openings, conferences as well as journalistic projects.  Client testimonials: 
“Excellent job at capturing our event, working with and being flexible with the shot list. Very pleasant and professional, went above and beyond in ensuring that our every need and detail was met!” —organizer of a tech conference I shot over two days.
“Daniel was amazing! Super guy and total professional. Took great care to communicate and ask lots of questions to capture exactly what we needed! Would definitely use again!” —hired me to capture an event for promotional purposes.
Pride Parade 2019
A back-to-school carnival in late September at PS 9 in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. 
Business networking event
The 2019 Plant-based World Expo at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
At the Fight for DACA rally in September, 2017, tens of thousands of locals turned out to voice their outrage.
A Black Lives Matter march makes its way through Grand Central Station.
A gallery opening at 3rd Ethos in Bushwick
This exhibit at 3rd Ethos featured skateboard art, including Marilyn Monroe with a tutu.
The Poetry Society of New York's Spring Gala at the Player's Club in Manhattan.
At a Taste of Greenwich Village, an annual fundraiser for Greenwich House, a local community organization, several dozen food and beverage vendors offer their goods for the cause.
The ENTX Primary dance performance in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Zoe Wells, 18, who has Down Syndrome, cracks jokes with one of her favorite peer tutors, Abby Caudill, 16, who is accompanying Zoe in a child development class at Rowan County High School, Kentucky. "Everybody loves Zoe," she says.
Zoe with her parents, James and Delrita, who help her navigate her tablet as she searches for family photos.
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