Dan Florin was raised in the Northern New York region and currently lives in Peekskill, N.Y. His work includes both analog and digital photography whose themes range from conceptual to documentary.
Dan holds a BFA in Photography from SUNY at New Paltz and a MSED in Reading from CUNY at Herbert H. Lehman College in the Bronx. He worked as a B&W reproduction printer and small product photographer in New York City before beginning his career in education. Dan has worked as an adjunct professor, and is currently a 4th grade teacher and unionist in Yonkers, N.Y. He maintains a working black and white darkroom in his home and enjoys using digital for his color work.
"I use photography to explore the themes and imagery that I find visually appealing and intellectually stimulating. My work is varied in content and dependent on my passions and interests at any given time. Whether my themes are visual, conceptual, or documentary, I begin each project with a clear goal which I execute with fidelity until a portfolio of images is complete. This process may take months or years to reach completion. However, notwithstanding the time frame, the success of my work - whether images of NYC commuters or shadows cast upon a boulder - relies on a degree of anticipated chance and careful composition."
The Chateau Gallery - 1230 S 3rd Street, Louisville, Kentucky 40203
Group Exhibition Juried Show “The Art of Street Photography” February 2022
Soho Photo Gallery - 15 White Street, New York, NY 10013
Group Exhibition Juried Show “International Photography Exhibition 2020” June 2020
Garrison Art Center - 23 Garrison’s Landing, Garrison, NY 10524
Group Exhibition Juried Show “Small Works” December 2016
Gallery 22 – 22 North Division Street, Peekskill, NY 10056
Group Exhibition Juried Show (3 Works Selected) “To the Lover of Small Things” December 2015