Dan Neuner is a Philadelphia area photographer whose main conceptual work utilizes empty landscapes to bring forth questions of interpretation, and the abstraction of memory. Other bodies of work address ideas of destruction, appearance, and mystery. Inspired by the unique qualities of light, wide angles, and natural textures, his work often constructs somewhat eerie, but focused landscapes: Oftentimes his images encourage the viewer to create their own stories, or ask for more. The abstraction embellishes the beauty.
Dan graduated from the University of Rochester in 2011 with a BA in Studio Arts and a Minor in Music (Magna Cum Laude). That year he was the recipient of the Roger Mertin Memorial Award for Excellence in Photography. He works as a freelance studio, fine art, and event photographer. He has participated in juried group and solo exhibitions in Colorado, Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey. He also has had his photographs published in The Village Voice & The New York Observer.
Dan is an avid homebrewer and an active beer nerd. Unsurprisingly, his photography has seeped into his love for beer. He spends some of his free time shooting breweries and craft beer events.