Daniel graduated from the University of Cambridge with a Starred First in 2014. His college Peterhouse awarded him with the prestigious Hugo de Balsham prize for exceptional academic distinction.
Subsequently, Daniel went to work for Niall Mclaughlin Architects on a range of projects, including a renovation of the Radcliffe Outpatients Building for the University of Oxford, Department of Health + Primary care.
He graduated from MIT with a Masters in Architecture degree in 2019, winning the Imre Halasz Prize for academic excellence and a thesis in which the design recognizes the expanding responsibility of architecture. During his studies at MIT he worked as a research assistant to the Digital Structures group, to print structurally optimized latices. He also worked as a research assistant for Brandon Clifford looking at methods to up-cycle waste concrete infrastructure. After MIT Daniel worked for Kennedy Violich Architects on the Plant Properties exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York, and renovations to MIT Hayden Library.
Daniel is a Teaching Fellow at the MIT Department of Architecture for 2019/2020.