Dan Greenberg discovered photography after winning an opportunity at the age of 10 to shoot alongside Russ Adams at the US Open in Flushing Meadows, Queens. After reading Economics at Pennsylvania State University, Dan spent 4 years in corporate finance at JPMorgan in NY. Amid long hours and endless excel analysis, he found it difficult to express his creativity, and grew tired of the New York he had come to love from taking art classes at Parsons during high school. Upon leaving work, Dan embarked on a month long backpacking trip in Patagonia, spent 3 months working on an organic vineyard in South France, and traveled through parts of Europe and North Africa. Reconnecting with nature, the outdoors, meeting new people, and learning about new cultures reignited his passion for creating art which had been lost in college. He now serves as an economic development volunteer with the Peace Corps in Benin.