Daniel completed his PhD in History at the University of Kent. He specialises in researching the relationship between scientific communities and the British government during the nineteenth century.
He is currently researching how museum displays and exhibitions have shaped our understanding of the history of astronomy.
Drawing upon his research, Daniel advises on how to transform historical findings and stories into public engagement activities. He is interested in bringing to life the hidden histories of Fish Quay using digital tools.
When not busy pet sitting, he spends his time volunteering at a local charity bookshop, visiting archives, and contributing to digitisation projects.