A graduate photographer from the Northern School of Art based in the North-East.
Daniel Leng is a photographer based in the North-East. He grew up in Saltburn, a coastal town near the Industrial town of Middlesbrough. He attended Cleveland College of Art and Design studying photography and progressed to study at The Northern School of Art in Hartlepool studying Photographic Practice (With Moving Image).
Daniel Leng specialises in documentary work. He has created a variety of projects such as looking at Extinction Rebellion protests in London and Middlesbrough, looking at the effect of Covid-19 on a project and what changes it has, portraits of young adults in the local Teesside Area and a portraits project looking at Hartlepool locals using a large format camera. More Recently he has created a photobook documenting the A66 road, looking at the places found along the 115 mile long country spanning Northern road.
Leng has been trained to use a variety of cameras and techniques, he is able to use 35mm, medium and large format film cameras, process and print black and white film, has had experience using digital equipment both in the studio and offsite. He has had experience working as a camera assistant and in organising and partaking in exhibitions.