Daniel Gohman is a mixed-media artist, photographer, and designer from Redlands, CA. He is known for utilizing a minimalistic style that is often found in pop art and mid-century advertising. Instead of putting the focus on mass consumer brands and media icons, he draws inspiration from the landscapes, spaces, and the people of California and beyond.

Daniel graduated from the University of California Riverside’s Film and Visual Culture program in 2007, where he studied cinema, film photography, video art, experimental film, and comparative media. There he focused on the dynamic relationship between media and society with special emphasis on race, gender, class, sexuality, and ethnicity as well as political economy and globalization.

He has gone on to work for KESQ-TV, the California Museum of Photography, Technicolor, and the USA Today Network. He is the founder and curator of the artist collective, The Artlands, and is currently the Associate Publisher of The Reader Magazine. He is also on the advisory board of the non-profit art book company, Curious Publishing.

His work is currently on display at The Threshold Art Gallery in downtown Redlands, CA.