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Danny Head
About Danny Head
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Artist Introduction

Danny was born and still resides in the mountain lakes region of Northeast Alabama, with a secondary residence in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. After graduating from Auburn University, he pursued a career in his field of study; logistics. Finding a need for “change”, he began a new career based on his secondary studies; art. Today, Danny serves as President (and product designer) for an art framing, components company.From an early age, Danny had a passion for building structures in miniature. Through self study, he developed those skills and placed himself into an elite group of fine-scale modelers. His work has been recognized in the publication, The Modeler’s Annual and on several internet sites. His replicas and dioramas have won top honors in numerous regional, national and international competitions. 


Photography is a relatively new medium for Danny, starting in late 2008. In fact, Danny does not like to consider himself a photographer, but rather a digital artist. He explains that the camera is like his sketch pad and his software are his brushes. Danny’s subjects can vary widely, but perhaps his favorite subjects center around rural America. 
Danny Head
Danny Head
About Danny Head
Address and work:
Artist Introduction

Danny was born and still resides in the mountain lakes region of Northeast Alabama, with a secondary residence in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. After graduating from Auburn University, he pursued a career in his field of study; logistics. Finding a need for “change”, he began a new career based on his secondary studies; art. Today, Danny serves as President (and product designer) for an art framing, components company.From an early age, Danny had a passion for building structures in miniature. Through self study, he developed those skills and placed himself into an elite group of fine-scale modelers. His work has been recognized in the publication, The Modeler’s Annual and on several internet sites. His replicas and dioramas have won top honors in numerous regional, national and international competitions. 


Photography is a relatively new medium for Danny, starting in late 2008. In fact, Danny does not like to consider himself a photographer, but rather a digital artist. He explains that the camera is like his sketch pad and his software are his brushes. Danny’s subjects can vary widely, but perhaps his favorite subjects center around rural America.