Daniel is a creative producer, inclusive theatre practitioner and doctoral researcher.
Daniel undertook his Undergraduate Degree in Drama in the Community at Bishop Grosseteste University, where his work in the PMLD sector began when he undertook a position as Drama Teacher at a Lincoln specialist education setting, since then he has worked consistently with various respite centres, hospices, PMLD groups and sensory story companies. He then went on to read a Master’s Degree in Theatre Making at the University of Hull, where he specialised in Inclusive Theatre for People living with PMLD. He’s now undertaking his PhD at Rose Bruford and University of East London, where he is researching narrative accessibility in theatre for audiences with PMLD.
Daniel was awarded a Fellowship for the Royal Society of Arts in August 2021, after being nominated for the award by a carer of a young girl that attends Concrete Youth’s sensory stories on a regular basis. Currently, alongside working as CEO & Co-Artistic Director for Concrete Youth, Daniel speaks about inclusive theatre at conferences and universities as a Guest Lecturer.