Daniel Taylor | Photographs
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A native of England, Daniel Taylor grew up in Canada and moved to the United States in 1991. He studied cultural anthropology and fine art at Princeton University, where he focused on the culture of autoworkers in a factory near Toronto. He has worked in new media, broadcasting, fine art photography, and with various community development NGO's in China and Mexico, and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in anthropology at Harvard University. He has photographed extensively in China, Canada, Mexico, and the United Kingdom and is currently living and working in Japan where he continues to combine his background in cultural anthropology with documentary photography.

Recent Exhibitions

Imagenes Sin Fronteras
Group Exhibition
Museo de la Ciudad, Mérida, Mexico

Mirror to the World: Documentary Photography 2009
Group Exhibition
Glen Echo Photoworks, Glen Echo, MD

Mirror to the World: Documentary Photography 2012
Group Exhibition
Glen Echo Photoworks, Glen Echo, MD


A Day in the Life: Misión Diplomática de los Estados Unidos de América en México
United States Department of State, 2009

The Dudley Review, Number 9, 2003
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences,
Harvard University

Speck: A Curious Collection of Uncommon Things
Peter Buchanan-Smith,
Princeton Architectural Press, 2001


"Las imágenes borran las fronteras"
Diario de Yucatán, May 17, 2009

"Encuentro fotográfico"
Diario de Yucatán, May 14, 2009

"Exhibit: Mirror to the World"
Washington Post, March 14, 2009

Black and White Photography, October 2007

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