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DANIEL SKWARNA
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Daniel Skwarna

Daniel Skwarna is a Toronto- based documentary and editorial photographer. He has received several awards as a documentary photographer and is a published writer. Daniel attended the University of Toronto and holds a degree in History, Fine Art History, and Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations. Select commercial and editorial clients include: Apple, BDC, Celestica, Mercedes-Benz, Invesco, Report on Business, Fortune Magazine, Spacing Magazine, Beside Magazine, and the Globe & Mail.

Daniel Skwarna’s most recent project, Empty City, was awarded a 2021 Applied Arts Award for Covid Response. In his award-winning images, he has photographed the different characters who make up the squatter community of Slab City, a group of people living off grid in the Sonoran Desert in the US. Braving the elements to reimagine existence outside the confines of mainstream society, these intimate portraits speak to the harsh realities of lives lived under the heat of the desert sun. Skwarna mostly uses medium and large format photography.

Published on August 18, 2021
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