Daniel Moreno is a professional in the field of interior design, with a profound appreciation for his extensive experience in the industry. His journey has been marked by a passion for meeting new people, embracing diverse cultures, and constantly seeking inspiration from his global explorations to over 30 countries. It is through these travels that Daniel has gained invaluable insights into the excitement of cultural diversity, which profoundly influences his innovative design approach.
As a dedicated and passionate designer, Daniel leverages his visual communication skills to bring his visions to life. Whether through hand sketches or design software, he meticulously transforms his visual ideas into completed projects, driven by a relentless ambition to excel in his craft.
Currently serving as the Associate Interior Designer and Space Analyst at Gallaudet University's Campus Design and Planning, Daniel plays a pivotal role in leading projects through all phases. From coordinating with architectural firms, furniture/fixture designers, vendors, to collaborating with general contractors, he ensures that each project aligns seamlessly with the clients' goals. His ultimate priority is maintaining the highest standards of excellence in every endeavor.
Daniel's commitment extends beyond project management; he is deeply invested in two key areas. Firstly, he is dedicated to educating others on lighting and Deafspace design research, showcasing his commitment to advancing knowledge in the field. Secondly, Daniel is passionate about giving back to the Deaf community through presentations and community engagement.
A distinguished graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology, Daniel earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Industrial Design in May 2015. He furthered his education at George Washington University, where he graduated with Cum Laude honors, attaining a Master of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture in 2019. Daniel is currently on a path to professional excellence, preparing for certifications in the National Council Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ), Illuminating Engineering Society (IES), and WELL AP examinations, demonstrating his ongoing commitment to professional development and expertise in the industry.
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