Daniel attended Oxford Brookes University and earned a BSc(Hons) in Applied Physics, after this he found out about NASA World Wind, he became a moderator on the NASA World Wind Forums, made small contributions to the code, and eventually became the Open Source Project Manager for the project. Daniel has also worked with documentary film makers to produce computer generated Earth zooms, The History Channel used one of his video clips in their documentary "A Global Warning?". Daniel became a director of The Free Eart Foundation during his time working with NASA, this charity still maintains the World Wind Central Wiki and hosts the World Wind Forum for NASA. Daniel has also helped with local charities and is a trustee for DMD Pathfinders. Daniel has also recently appeared with Brendan Coyle in the BBC drama Requiem and is a keen amateur photographer.
Formerly Open Source Project Manager for NASA World Wind.
Trustee of DMD Pathfinders.
Keen amateur photographer.
Produced video clips for several documentaries.
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This week was more relaxed with only two meetings, giving me chance to visit Pittville Park, Hatherley Park, Barry Island and Croome Court.
This week I had a lovely time with my mindful photography group and also an MDUK meetup with Catherine Woodhead, the CEO of MDUK and Nicole Beebee South West Regional Development Manager, for a walk round Slimbridge.
I have wanted to visit West Wycombe again since my first visit last year. It’s where the opening scenes in Labyrinth were filmed. I hadn’t managed to stay long that time, so last week I decided to Return to the Labyrinth!
Another hectic week, although my mind is going blank on what I did last Tuesday. This is probably another sign I’m doing too much I guess. I managed a couple of days out though, one wandering Gloucester bike routes and another at Black Park near London.
This week involved a seminar, mental health training, appointments, firing my care agency & finally relaxing on the summer solstice.
Last week was reasonably uneventful, so I’ll keep this post short and just a quick catch up from last week with a few photos.