Daniel teaches Judaism as a Spiritual Practice at Pardes. He grew up in London and graduated from the universities of Cambridge (BA in Social and Political Sciences) and Warwick (MA in International Relations). He studied at Yeshivat Ein Tzurim, Maale Gilboa and Shvilei HaTorah and received rabbinic ordination from Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School.
Daniel is past Director of Jewish Life & Learning for Hillel at Stanford University and Director of the UJS-Hillel Culanu Centre for Cambridge University. As an artist-educator, he has performed and facilitated across the world and his songs have garnered tens of thousands of plays online. He is an accredited meditation teacher, and teaches on meditation, spirituality, prayer and Hasidut for Or HaLev and the Romemu Yeshiva. He is the founder of appliedjewishspirituality.org, an online platform for exploration of Jewish spirituality.