Daniel Traub is a Brooklyn based photographer and filmmaker. Since 1999, he has been engaged with long term photographic projects in China including Simplified Characters which explores the transformation of China’s cities, and Peripheries which looks at the border region where urban and rural China meet.
Traub's photographs have been exhibited in Asia, Europe and the United States, including solo exhibitions at the Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago and the Print Center in Philadelphia, and are in public and private collections including the Martin Z. Margulies collection and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. His work has appeared in publications including The New York Times Magazine, London Telegraph Magazine, Newsweek and Time.
As a filmmaker, Traub recently completed a feature length documentary film about the artist Lily Yeh as well as a short film about Chinese artist Xu Bing and his Phoenix project. Additionally, he has been the director of photography for numerous documentaries and reports for networks and production companies including PBS, German Television ZDF and Arte.
- Still life
- Video capture