<1px leading:20px="">Daniel Zvereff grew up in Portland, Oregon. A first generation American, his Russian family emigrated to the USA in 1951 after decades of stateless exile in China, but not before a three-year stint as refugees in the Philippines, having been exiled once again by the communist party in China in 1948. Towards the end of his education, Zvereff decided to retrace his family’s epic journey across Russia, through Mongolia and into China, reconnecting with his ancestor’s language and culture. The people he met became the co-authors of his journals, his experiences with them inseparable elements of his creative work, a style that has stuck ever since. Zvereff currently resides in Brooklyn NY where he works as a freelance art director, photographer, and illustrator. His travel writings, photographs, and Illustrations have been featured in many online and printed publications.
National Geographic, Monster Children, Faesthetic, The New York Times Magazine, NPR, Fast Company, The Sunday Times Magazine, Place Magazine, Victory Journal, Lomography, PDN, Howler, CNN, IBM, Yahoo, Hypebeast, 12ozProphet, Red Bull, Desillusion Magazine, Place, Cafe Royal Books, Semi-Permanent, 43 magazine, Ancestry Quarterly, Later Mag, AOL, and Feature Shoot. Daniel is also a contributor to the Leica Camera Blog and a cofounder of Steady Magazine.
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