Daniel Jackson is a photographer working primarily in black and white in the straight photographic tradition. Recent projects include portfolios of Houghton Garden; of the Chestnut Hill Waterworks, now the Metropolitan Waterworks Museum; and of physics labs at MIT. His photographs have been shown in a number of juried exhibits, including the Art of Photography show (2011) and the Boston PRC Auction (2011). An article about the Houghton Garden photographs, coauthored with Sarah Luria, was published in The Common: A Modern Sense of Place in its Fall 2011 issue.
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