Daniel joined Gensler in 2014 as the Southwest Region's Director of Product Development. He is now a Product Development Leader for the firm as a whole, having applied his insights and industry experience to inspire design teams to translate Gensler’s voice and vision into tangible products for workplace and lifestyle environments. Partnering with manufacturers, Daniel and his team help create touch points that expand the experience for which clients rely upon Gensler. He previously led design teams on projects with Knoll, Herman Miller, OXO, Boeing, Elizabeth Arden, RealD, and Crate & Barrel. Of these, the Stromborg Table Collection with Knoll is most notable. Daniel’s career began with digital imaging pioneer April Greiman, focusing on brand-based design and conceptual work. From there, he collaborated with legendary product designers Richard Holbrook and Don Chadwick; and after six years at Chadwick Studio, he garnered design industry attention for opening his own studio, The Creative Common Good. Daniel has been honored with several industry and peer awards, including “Best of NeoCon.” He studied Interior Architecture at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Environmental Design at The Art Center of Design in Pasadena.