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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My wheelchair issues came to a head recently with the power module failing, this meant a week in bed trying to fight off anxiety and depression.
On Tuesday I met up with some friends to discus starting a local photography group, focusing on mindfulness and other things Ruth had taught us in our mindful photography course.
With the Easter weekend weather looking good I wanted to make the most of it. I managed to visit Mallards Pike Lake, SymondsYat, Worcester, Slimbridge and Newark Park.
It was the first sunny day in a while where I’ve actually been able to get out without being too stressed. Slimbridge is a lovely place, although it will be nicer once they’ve finished all the building work, I’ll probably hold off on renewing my membership until then.
This was my first time visiting Cotswold Farm Park so I wasn’t sure how wheelchair friendly it would be. I wanted to go while it was still lamb season, but before the Easter holidays! I chose a saver ticket which is under £10, carers get free entry.
I hope everyone is enjoying what looks to be the start of Spring. It’s been another busy week or so for me, with not much time to relax and enjoy the sunshine yet. A big part of last week was Mcm Comiccon Birmingham 2019.