Daniel Kuczynski began his photographic career studying Fine Art Photography at George Washington University, where he was introduced to the gum bichromate process. He then obtained his B.A. at Goddard College with an emphasis on photo history and chemistry. There he began to work in palladium, gum over palladium, bromoil, oil, cyanotype and hand-coated emulsions. He has exhibited internationally in over 24 group and solo shows and juried competitions. In 1997-2002, he lived in the British West Indies, exhibiting and amassing a Caribbean portfolio. In 2011, he completed an advanced course in contemporary daguerreotypes at the George Eastman House in Rochester, NY. After building a new studio and laboratory in Vermont, Daniel has been evolving in this most difficult process, recently completing a commission for a series of six daguerreotypes at the Middlebury College Museum of Art's permanent collection, as well as in numerous private collections.