Daniel completed his Bachelor of Science majoring in Applied Chemistry and Marine and Freshwater Science at Edith Cowan University in 2014. After which he travelled to Europe, walking 500km along the Santiago de Compostela, from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port to León (Spain).
He returned to Australia and began work as a research assistant, at the University of Western for the School of Population and Global Health – Occupational Respiratory Epidemiology Group and the Telethon KIDS Institute – Infectious Diseases Epidemiology. These postgraduate experiences, coupled with the passion for science and the environment that he developed during his undergraduate studies, expanding upon his understanding of the holistic methodology of the sciences drove him to complete his Masters in Environmental Science: Geographic Information Science and Environmental Management, which inevitably led him to his role of GIS Analyst at Select Carbon. Armed with extensive knowledge and proficiency in the use of geographical information systems for spatial and temporal analyses, he is one of the integral components that make up the GIS team that help grease the proverbial “wheels of progress” moving towards a greener and cleaner tomorrow.