Daniel is a passionate urban designer with experience across public and private sector urbanism ranging in scale, program and complexity. He is an integral member of the design team where he drives collaboration and the use of emerging technologies such as mixed and virtual reality.
Through a strong understanding of spatial data and how-to problem solve through digital platforms, Daniel looks at urban design through the lens of quantifiable analysis, 3-dimensional modelling and visual communication while applying his own conceptual thinking and ideas. He believes that this unique approach to urban design helps to deliver better outcomes for clients and the environments we inhabit.
Daniel holds a Master of Urban Design at the University of Sydney where he also tutors the foundations of Urban Morphology and holds a Bachelor of Architectural Computing from the University of New South Wales.
He has gained significant multi-disciplinary experience from working at Ethos Urban where he demonstrates the delivery of urban design and planning studies such as development frameworks, masterplans, structure plans, view impact assessments, development control plans, technical diagrams, 3D visualisations, GIS mapping, development capacity and shadow studies.