Daniel Quinlan is an award winning photographer and videographer based in Southeast Asia, shooting news, features, documentary and photos. He has been published in regional and international publications such as CNN, AFP, AP, Al Jazeera, ABC, NPR, The Age, Asia Correspondent, and Getty. He has also contributed to documentary features and produced videos for a number of local and international NGOs including Oxfam Cambodia, Transparency International, LRF and DCA. As well as freelancing Daniel currently works with Reel Light Productions.
Since 2009, Daniel has lived and worked in Nepal, Thailand, Cambodia and Myanmar. Prior to becoming freelancer he worked for two years as a full-time video journalist for The Phnom Penh Post.
Daniel has won a number of awards and awards nominations. In 2016, he was a finalist of the Lowy Institute Media Award for his investigative work on the Unaoil corruption scandal for The Age newspaper. In 2015, he received the Honorable Mention of the SOPA Awards for Editorial Excellence in Reporting Breaking News for his story on the Cambodian elections. In 2014, he was nominated for the fifth cycle of the PrixPictet Photo Awards, for his photo essay on the garbage cycle on the Thai-Myanmar border; photo essay for which he also received the Highly Commended prize for Best Photojournalism category of The Ossie Awards.