About Dan White is a Pulitzer-Prize winning photographer with a photojournalistic perspective that permeates his commercial, editorial, and artistic images. Dan literally sees the world—not only through the lens of his experienced camera—but with the heightened awareness of one who travels internationally to better understand himself through others’ faces and places. Born and raised in Flint, Michigan, White began shooting pictures at age 11 and started his first newspaper job when he divided time between high school studies and full time work at The Flint Journal. He spent summers interning at The Everett Herald in Washington, and The Muskegon Chronicle in Michigan. Dan received his Bachelor of Journalism degree, with an emphasis on photojournalism, from University of Missouri. After college, he worked for The Yakima Herald-Republic in the state of Washington and The Columbia Daily Tribune in Missouri. It was while working at The Kansas City Star that he was part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning team, which won for its coverage of the Hyatt Hotel skywalk collapse. Currently, Dan continues his thirty-year career as a commercial photographer based in Kansas City, Missouri. Potraiture has always been Dan’s most interesting and challenging type of assignment. From the aboriginal people of the Northern Territories in Australia, to the jazz musicians of Kansas City, to the cowboys of western Kansas, or in honoring the people of his hometown, he photographs with respect for and an ability to make people comfortable in front of the camera. His talent for composition and eye for lighting has produced memorable images for his clients.