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Explorer and storyteller, Fox uses his narrative to inspire the public to reconnect with the wilderness. Sometimes philosophical, sometimes poetic, his stories, his photos and his videos capture the viewers through all their senses, leaving them sifting through their memories and remembering their own moments when… Read More
Explorer and storyteller, Fox uses his narrative to inspire the public to reconnect with the wilderness. Sometimes philosophical, sometimes poetic, his stories, his photos and his videos capture the viewers through all their senses, leaving them sifting through their memories and remembering their own moments when they felt connected.

He writes about conservation, exploration and about the complexity of Man’s relationship with nature. You can find him on Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and Google +. He publishes his videos on Vimeo and YouTube. Read Less
Nature has become an ideology, a debate, something people now humanize. While there is an extreme awareness, there is also an extreme disconnection with our planet. We continue to perceive ourselves as separated from the environment, superior with our technology. The Wild Image Project is an ongoing narrative that… Read More
Nature has become an ideology, a debate, something people now humanize. While there is an extreme awareness, there is also an extreme disconnection with our planet. We continue to perceive ourselves as separated from the environment, superior with our technology. The Wild Image Project is an ongoing narrative that focuses on highlighting the true essence of nature and its teachings. Through my photography, writing and videos, I try to provoke a dialogue that forces the viewer to reevaluate its relationship with the environment. Nature is raw, rough, cruel, pretty, beautiful, inspiring, but above all, a humble experience. Read Less
“As an art dealer I am always on the look out for a sense of urgency - a moral purpose even - in the paintings I examine. In Daniel's work I find these qualities in abundance. Each image of a natural event becomes a wonder through his lens; we are quietly but consistently reminded how fragile, how exquisitely prec… Read More
“As an art dealer I am always on the look out for a sense of urgency - a moral purpose even - in the paintings I examine. In Daniel's work I find these qualities in abundance. Each image of a natural event becomes a wonder through his lens; we are quietly but consistently reminded how fragile, how exquisitely precious, is our world. The choice of subject and viewpoint stops us in our tracks and sometimes absorbs us completely: The sky is brought up to our face, the eye of a horse reveals an endless distance. Daniel's message is hinted at through through an intense observation of his subject; but he is not didactic and the imagery is beautiful to behold. We just know it is our duty to love our world and to look after it.There is a deep conviction at work here. We are reminded now of a line of Wordsworth, now of a drawing by Ruskin or Turner. Daniel has a great gift with which to enthrall us.” Andrew Wyld, Managing Director, W.S. Fine Art, London Read Less
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