Daniel specializes in covering economic dynamics, business news, and government. Having trained in broadcast and print writing, he is able to write effectively in succinct and verbose styles.
A self-described political junkie, Daniel loves sharing his opinion on government issues and geopolitics; something he does not get enough chances to do as an economic and business journalist. Because of his adoration of athletics and his immersion in the entertainment industry, Daniel enjoys writing about a broader base of topics than his current career involves.
Daniel graduated summa cum laude in May 2015 from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. While there, he studied under journalists formerly employed by the Associated Press, CNBC, CNN, and others. Having trained in both print and broadcast styles, Daniel enjoys the ability to adapt his style from the succinct to the verbose with ease. Now a business, economic, and government journalist for a daily newspaper in Minnesota, his familiarity with deadlines and data-driven content creation helps him create quality pieces not usually seen in similar-size markets.
Daniel has written numerous articles on local business and economic drivers, while also covering the legislative goals of statewide organizations.
As a writer for an Arsenal news site, Daniel has written many articles about soccer in the English Premier League. One of the original writers for a site that started with only 3,000 views a month and has since grown to over 100,000 views a week, Daniel prides himself on delivering quality analysis to fans of the website.
Daniel has written about local nonprofits after their reception of state funding to better illuminate the mission of the nonprofit in the community. Daniel counts this among some of his favorite work, as the effect is often easily seen in the community.
Daniel has written many articles for both the newspaper for which he currently works, as well as the sports website to which he has contributed for the last year.