E R R O L D A N I E L S P H O T O G R A P H E R
Photography found Errol Daniels in the 1960's while he worked in the Civil Rights Movement in Chicago. He found himself drawn to social documentary photography because it provides him access to the daily lives, cultures, traditions, and events that shape the lives of his subjects.
Errol studied with documentary photographers Amy Arbus, and John Goodman to further develop his craft and style of social documentation. The genre has enabled Errol to best reveal the complex nature of his subjects, who often are challenged by physical, social, mental, or political disadvantages. Through his photography, Errol exposes the dignity, humanity, complexity, and courage of the people he photographs.
As his skills and photographic insight expanded, he found that telling stories about people with pictures was his niche. This method of photography makes him a wonderful wedding or Bar/Bat Mitzvah photographer, an excellent choice to capture the precious moments of your day. Visit Errol's website to see the extent of his ability to "capture a moment".
Errol's exhibits have been hosted by galleries in Buffalo NY to New York City, Spartanburg SC, Colorado Springs CA and Washington DC.
Photographs by Errol can be found in the collection of the George Eastman House in Rochester NY, The Spartanburg County Museum of Art in South Carolina, The Burchfield-Penney Art Center in Buffalo, NY, as well as in private collections.