Born in England in 1974, he read history at Cambridge then trained as a journalist with Reuters, before being hired by The New York Times.
He resigned after learning that news promotes the interests of the powerful. Profits trump people and planet, whatever the costs.
To challenge that bias with sustainable alternatives, Daniel once published a fake Financial Times, depicting a world less addicted to economic growth. Its leading article was reprinted in the British Journalism Review.
His recent work focuses on yoga, which he juggles with investigative research. He lives somewhere between the UK and northern India.
For an archive of recent interviews, see here.
Media Kit (.zip, 6.6 MB, 19 August 2012)
Images, flyer and briefings on the book
“Contains a press release (PDF; available separately here), photos and book cover (large and small .jpgs), a one-page publisher’s AI sheet and promotional flyer (PDF; high-res .tif files suitable for printing are uploaded here and here).”