From a young age Daniel was heavily involved in the London graffiti scene until he stumbled upon a typographic exhibition which would set off a chain of events which brings him here today. Realizing that spray cans weren’t the only medium, Daniel started experimenting with digital print and typography. He later studied electronic media and gained a BTEC diploma where he went on to specialize in graphic design and print, gaining a BA HONS degree in graphic design from Middlesex University.
Throughout his work you will see a diverse range of different subject matters from portrait illustration to more serious topics of sex, drugs and alcohol. Daniel describes this part of his work as being “a result of the system growing up in London”. He has worked on projects for major companies such as Nike, Footlocker, British Telecom, HTC, Universal and has also featured in Digital Arts magazine as well as Ctrl+ Alt+ Shift+ magazine where he worked alongside artists such as Pure Evil, Tizer and Chris Getliffe.