Subjects I teach

Fashion Photography
Photography
Photoshop
Portfolio preparation

My Experience

I was tutoring students from Central Saint Martins, Kingston University, London South Bank University

My Qualifications

-Certificate of Higher Education in Marketing at Col·legi Mare de Deu del Carme, Tarragona, Spain
-Extended Foundation Diploma (BTEC) in Photography at University Blackpool&The Flyde College Photography
-BA(Hons) in Photography at London South Bank University
My Approach to Private Tuition:
Professional practice- doing different kind of photo shootings, photoshop, learning new styles of photography, how to promote yourself and visiting galleries to learn more about art.

My video Introduction


Client Feedback

– Rachel Wu: I am a fashion womenswear design student at Kingston University, I wanted to learn more about fashion photography. Daniel has a lot of experience and personal practice in photography and fashion photography. I have had the opportunity to use his materials and cameras, learning the different kind of shooting styles and learning how to shoot my designs.
– Vestaen Balbuena: Daniel is a photographer that knows the ins and outs of how cameras work, how to use lighting properly and how to create a storyline with your object to shoot. I personally used his teachings to understand product photography- as in, how to shoot food for my business. I also personally assisted him in different fashion shoots for Juan Palomino- helping the model understand the poses needed, understanding light reflection and overall picture composition.
– Juan Palomino: I have had the pleasure of working with Daniel for over a year in fashion photography. Since he’s been working for me, he has developed his skills and has absolute and complete use of my designs for any editorial work or publicity work that he needs to do.

Fun fact

I love to socialise and walk around the city meeting new people. There is always someone somewhere that can teach you new things in life. It is like this, that I have found work deals.