Eddee Daniel is a fine art photographer, writer, arts educator, and nature lover. He has over 30 years of experience teaching photography and has an extensive exhibition record.
He is the author of Urban Wilderness: Exploring a Metropolitan Watershed, published by the Center for American Places at Columbia College Chicago. In addition, his work has been published in Family: a Celebration of Humanity, by William Morrow, Popular Photography, The Photo Review, Phototechniques, Art in Wisconsin, Orion Magazine, Yes! Magazine, and New Mexico Photographer, among others.
His Urban Wilderness Project received the Kodak American Greenways Award from the Conservation Fund. Other awards include the Wustum Museum of Art, Concordia Center for Environmental Studies, Savannah College of Art and Design, The Photographic Society of America, Upstream People Gallery, Company Magazine, and New Mexico Photographer, among others.
Daniel currently resides and works in the Milwaukee area of Wisconsin, but has a long history with Ghost Ranch, which he considers sacred space. He believes in the power of photography as an outlet for personal expression, intellectual stimulation, and spiritual practice.
View his work at www.eddeedaniel.com