Daniel Moreno was born with a profound loss of hearing as deafness and raised in Miami, Florida. He has a full appreciation of his experience in professional interior design, being enjoying in meeting with new people, embracing different cultures, always in searching for inspirations, and striving to explore in the environment in world. Without traveling aboard around the world to 30+ countries, he would not have an opportunity to experience the excitement of cultural diversity by an innovative design. such cultural inspiration and great insight when it comes to innovative design. As a passionate designer, He spends much of his visual communication makes the most of his visions by his own hand sketch doing on design software sketching and turning visual ideas into completion to achieve his ambition to become a passionate designer.
He is currently is working in the position of Associate Interior Designer and Space Analyst of Campus Design and Planning at Gallaudet University. As a team, Daniel takes on projects in is involved with all phases of the team projects to and update all information into space management system for the Gallaudet University campus. Daniel has responsibility for coordinating with architectural firms, furniture/fixture designers, vendors, and general contractors. It is his ultimate priority to keep all projects aligned with clients’ goals. Daniel is eager to focus on a couple of about 2 things: educating others about on lighting and Deafspace design researches; and giving back to the Deaf community presentation (?).
Daniel is a graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology with received his a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Industrial Design in May 2015 at Rochester Institute of Technology and George Washington University with Master of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture in 2019 with Cum Laude in 2019 at the George Washington University. He is currently working to get studying for the certified National Council Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ), Illuminating Engineering Society (IES), and WELL AP examinations.