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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A quick update about the site and some Newspaper and BMJ articles I wrote last year.
After my first adult holiday in Wales the year before I decided to book a holiday in East Sussex for 2017.
During this period of 12 weeks shielding I don’t want to look to the future or make plans. So instead I’ve I decided to look back. Today I’m looking back to April 18th 2014 visiting Sudeley Castle.
These are my Samsung Galaxy S20+ first impressions.
The year had some highs but also lots of sadness. My care, health and wheelchair have also caused lots of issues and stress and I’m honestly glad we are now in a new year.
A lot happened in these two years, I was admitted to hospital with angioedema, appeared in the BBC/Netflix series Requiem, had a holiday, was presented with an award from the High Sheriff of Gloucestershire and more.
Continuing the review of my decade, here is part two, A Decade of Change – 2014 to 2016.
I have decided to split these posts into years as nobody wants to read an autobiography! First off is A Decade of Change – 2010 to 2013.