After reading English at Cambridge University, Daniel began a career as a countertenor and choral director, singing first at New College, Oxford as a lay clerk before moving to London, where he sings with St Paul’s Cathedral, Temple Church and Westminster Abbey. He has worked with vocal ensembles such as The Sixteen, EXAUDI, English Concert, Academy of Ancient Music, La Nuova Musica and Ex Cathedra, and has sung for conductors including Andrew Parrott, David Skinner and Laurence Cummings. He runs his own vocal ensemble, HEXAD Collective, which explores different 6-voice textures. He is a member of Vox Medicea, an ensemble founded by the Medici Archive Project which seeks to revive Florentine Polyphony during the era of the Medici family, singing from part-books. He is the Director of Choral Music at Our Most Holy Redeemer, Exmouth Market and St Mark’s, Myddleton Square, and two Kent-based chamber choirs: Sine Nomine Singers in Bickley, and Kent Chamber Choir who rehearse in Maidstone. He has also worked for the charity Pimlico Musical Foundation as a Teacher-Singer since its foundation in 2018, combining his love for singing and education.