Daniel Tepper is a photographer and journalist based in Guwahati, in Northeastern India.
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 the past three years, Daniel is interested in spaces around the world divided by conflict, people whose lives have been shaped by the history of violence attached to the land they inhabit, and how new forms of technology are transforming modern warfare.
He is currently researching drone technology and am working with photographer Vitttoria Mentasti on a long-term project looking into the Israeli drone industry and the wider implications of tele-robotics as the technology develops from military to civilian applications.
My photographs and writing have been published by Time Magazine, Newsweek, Le Monde's M Magazine, VICE, Al- Jazeera, and Middle East Eye among others.