Daniel Heller is a professional architect, photographer, visual artist, and author who lives and works in New York.

The artist expresses himself in figurative and abstract artworks in a variety of media. His photographic portfolio includes, for the most part, landscapes, architecture, and urban scenes. He writes illustrates and publishes visual literature including Architecture, Fine Art, and Photography books.

Books By the Author

Plato’s Visual Utopia
Architectural Extractions
Abstract Architectural Vignettes
It Takes Two to Tango
Of Light and Shadow
Art Reflections from the Pond

His artistic expression writing and illustration style is mostly representational realistic, depicting subject matter that was strongly influenced by the surrealists. He exhibited in several countries and his works are held in private collections in Australia, the UK, Israel, and the United States.

The artist graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from the school of architecture in Florence and has practiced architecture for over 35 years, designing numerous healing environments in the United States.