Dan has been traveling and photographing the world's most overlooked sites for over 20 years. He travels two to three times a year, mainly in the fall and winter, when the natural elements enhance subject matter and are visually at their peak. His portfolio includes cemeteries and architecture from such classic destinations as Paris, Rome, and Prague to more obscure subjects such as art nouveau in Latvia, churches in Russia, castles in Romania, and ruins in Ireland to name a few. His work can be seen across the U.S. at galleries, retail shops, and art festivals where he has won numerous awards over the past 20 years. His goal with every photograph is to express a unique sense of time, place, and composition by combining graceful works of art with their often animated environment. Dan hopes his work will encourage the viewer to think, savor history, and to admire sometimes forgotten works of art both man-made and natural.