Daniel Tepper is a photographer and journalist currently based in New York City.
After earning a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Arizona, Daniel studied in the photojournalism and documentary program at the International Center of Photography in New York City. Previously based in Israel and Palestine, where he photographed and wrote about conflict in the region, Daniel has begun working in India and Burma on migratory issues. He is most interested in spaces around the world where the land and the people who inhabit it have been indelibly shaped by their history - the unforeseen consequences and violence that took place over time and resulted persisting conflict.
Daniel is currently researching drone technology with photographer Vitttoria Mentasti. Together they are working on an documentary project looking into the Israeli drone industry and the wider implications of tele-robotic systems as the technology develops from military to commercial applications. Their work from this project has been exhibited in New York City and Arles and has been published by Time Magazine, Le Monde M Magazine, and Newsweek Japan.
Daniel's photographs and reporting have been published by The New York Times, Time Magazine, Newsweek, Le Monde M Magazine, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin, VICE, Al-Jazeera, LaCritique.org, and Middle East Eye among others.