Director of Digital Imagery and Innovation, The Seattle Times
Danny studied photojournalism at Ball State University and documentary filmmaking at the Seattle Film Institute.
As a photo editor and as a video editor, his work has been recognized with two staff Pulitzer Prizes, an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Award, two national Edward R. Murrow Awards, a national Emmy Award nomination, the Gannett Foundation Award for Innovation in Watchdog Journalism and a Casey Medal for Meritorious Journalism. His work spans a broad spectrum of topics, from ocean acidification to deadly medical practices to family homelessness. His work has helped change public policies and save lives.
He learned most of what he knows while working and interning for great picture editors at The Bellingham Herald, The Dallas Morning News, The Concord Monitor, The Courier and Press and other great visual newspapers.
In addition to volunteering for The Kalish, Danny serves as president of the Associated Press Photo Managers Association.
A Michigan native, Danny loves to talk on and on about harsh Midwest winters, Midwest work ethic and Midwest friendliness. However, he has traded all that for the beautiful Pacific Northwest, where he lives with his wife, Josie Liming, and two sons, Asher and Corbin.