Los Angeles, CA, United States
About Daniel Bosler
Daniel Bosler is a fine art visionary who chronicles every day life with a passionate spontaneity. He studied photography at Brooks Institute in California and then quickly jumped into the world of commercial photography. When he wasn’t shooting for an advertising client, Daniel found himself roaming his environment, wherever that happened to be, capturing images of people in their element. Born in Louisville Kentucky, married to a Parisian, Daniel has gone back and forth between his home in Los Angeles and France for the last twenty years. It is no accident that he is influenced by noteworthy French humanist photographers such as Robert Doisneau, Willy Ronis, as well as American photographer Robert Frank. Daniel is an intuitive photographer who documents the moment, or the feeling of the moment, of everyday life. Regardless of whether his subject is a Tango dancer in Buenos Aires moving sensually to the music or a street musician in Paris performing for anyone who will listen, or children looking for sea creatures, each subject captures ordinary people in everyday life. The common human thread is the underlying denominator that each of Daniel’s photographs have with his subjects. These are people living their lives with a curious and interesting celebration of life.
Gloria Delson Contemporary Arts Gallery May 2014 Los Angeles, CA
Duncan Miller Gallery "Daily Photograph"