Daniel works at the University of Hertfordshire as a lecturer in nonverbal psychology and research methods. His research examines the function of gestures across various communicative situations and the process through which gestures convey information to others.
Outside of university, Daniel is an avid musician who composes a rich variety of arrangements, ranging from solo piano pieces to full orchestral scores. His work focuses on memorable themes and has been used commercially in various media.
Previously, Daniel has also worked as an illustrator. His artwork has been used to illustrate magazines and newspapers, and in a UK animated sitcom.
The effects of nonverbal behaviour on influence and deception in interviews
A range of artwork produced for books, magazines, and posters.