Get Featured: Daniel Gorman


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Get Featured: Daniel Gorman
Daniel shares with his painterly style images, with bleached tones and fantastic detail. The landscapes really hit the mark.

My name is Daniel Gorman, I’m a Canadian photographer from the East Coast (Halifax, Nova Scotia). I’m currently a full time semi-professional track/field athlete training for the Pan-Am games in 2015 and Rio Olympics in 2016 (I run the 1500m).


Photography has been half a fundraiser for the costs of travel and training camps, and half taking advantage of the awesome places track racing and the training camps have taken me (Arizona, California, all over Canada, Belgium etc).



I sell prints to help fundraise, do portraiture, commissions and odds and ends to help fund my dream of representing Team Canada. My grandmother was a professional shooter in the 70’s and 80’s and most of what I’ve learned is from my experience digitalizing her thousands and thousands of Kodachrome slides so our family can all have copies of her work. Her gear represents 85% of my film gear collection which is becoming more and more of an interest to me over digital.



Heres my links/social media stuff;

Main page :
selling of prints:
instagram: @dfgorman
Twitter: @danielfgorman



Thanks for sharing your work with us Daniel. I really like the feeling of space and horizon in these images. The colours really set them apart. Best of luck for the Olympics.

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4 comments on “Get Featured: Daniel Gorman”

    farhan November 29, 2014 at 11:30 pm / Reply

    I went to Big Sur in September – absolutely my fave drive of all time! Great pics (I have some almost identical shots ;)) – what film did you use?

    Foster November 30, 2014 at 11:26 am / Reply

    Great shots! Really captures the feel of Big Sur, and the tone of the light coming through the marine layer.

    Mark November 30, 2014 at 2:06 pm / Reply


    Hello from Edmonton (and from a former track schmuck!)

    Best of luck with your training…and thanks for sharing.

    All the best,

    Daniel Gorman December 3, 2014 at 6:38 am / Reply

    Thanks for your comments! If you are ever given the chance to do this drive- DO IT… Plan for it to take about 8-9 hours with the countless stops you’ll want to make. Make sure to drive from the north to south to take in the best views and have access to the best shoulders to pull onto. You can check out the full narrative from this series at my site here.

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