Daniel has worked with Warwick Music since 2012 and saw the first pBones go on sale. He is responsible for overseeing all our websites and a lot of the online output we create.
Daniel studied Fine Art at the Manchester Metropolitan University and from there he holds a degree in Interactive Arts. After completing his degree in Manchester Daniel was fortunate enough to be asked to carry out design and development work within the city’s music industry, he worked with well-known artists including the Production Team behind the Indie band The Charlatans.
“I love to see to how our customers interact with the website’s and products I develop, and it has been a pleasure to be on-board throughout the growth of the pInstruments. We have a great team here at Warwick Music and it feels amazing to be part of the crew, I couldn’t fulfil my role without them.”
Fun fact: The Warwick Music team is not the only crew Daniel has been a part of. He was a Tamar Class Lifeboat’s Search & Rescue Navigator, and a RNLI crew member for 10 years, up until 2018. He was one of those lunatics you see launching in all kinds of weather on the big orange and blue lifeboats to be seen around the country when on seaside holidays. Believe it or not – and it’s absolutely true – when he first joined the crew, he had no sea-going experience whatsoever. This quickly earned Daniel the nick-name of “Dangerous Dan”.