In the 80’s, Daniel was working in a bookstore where he says photography books existed mainly as traditional monographic books of straightforward documentary type. Photography was not an art form yet. In 1988, he joined Aperture and remembers discovering through the works of Diane Arbus and Nan Goldin how reality could be taken to a deeply personal level and photographs shot from an individual and intimate point of view. He adds that his years at Aperture started a radical change in his way of looking at images.
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