The striking pictures of Daniel Everett focus on a wide range of man-made objects – from everyday devices, to sculptures and buildings – whose function is reshaped into an unexpected formal perfection by the photographer’s eye. Everett’s work often portrays urban landscapes, where people very rarely – if ever – appear, and it captures the structural elegance of buildings and the wordless charm of empty non-spaces; calculators, surveillance cameras, printers are isolated in a white background and take on the clean lines that characterized the work by the German designer Dieter Rams.
Daniel Everett holds BFA in photography from Brigham Young University and an MFA from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago. His work has been exhibited in Europe and the US. Everett is a contributor to Disturber’s Still Life issue, which features two of his photographs: “Constellation I”(photo above) and “Die Dinge II“.