Daniel Tepper is a photographer and journalist based between NYC, India, and the Middle East.
After earning a BA in studio arts from the University of Arizona, he studied photojournalism and documentary photography at the International Center of Photography in New York City. Previously living in Palestine and Israel for three years, Daniel is most interested in spaces around the world where the land and people who inhabit it have been indelibly shaped by a history of colonialism - the unforeseen consequences and violence which resulted from this process and continue into the present day.
He is currently researching drone technology and is working with photographer Vitttoria Mentasti on a long term project looking into the Israeli drone industry and the wider implications of tele-robotics systems as the technology develops from military to commercial applications.
Daniel's photographs and reporting have been published by Time Magazine, Newsweek, Le Monde M Magazine, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin, VICE, Al-Jazeera, LaCritique.org, and Middle East Eye among others.