About DBL Permaculture


*Experienced handyman, housepainter, landscaper, farm worker, permaculture designer and construction worker.

*NABCEP (North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners) certified to design and install Photovoltaic systems

Daniel @ Quaker Center Ben Lomond

Daniel @ Quaker Center Ben Lomond

At the University of California in Santa Cruz, Daniel created an Independent Inter-curricular course of study combining Photography with Sociology, and Cultural Anthropology, in order to have a more humanistic based approach to photography rather than strictly artistic. He also minored in Spanish Linguistics. Daniel is passionate about social justice and environmental education. Capturing images through photography while at home in California, and during his travels around the planet, has been a source of pleasure and a medium of expression.  He got certified to SCUBA dive on Roatan Island, part of the Bay Islands of Honduras.  Daniel is American TESOL certified and continues to work in Spanish/English cultural and linguistic exchange.  Daniel lived in Barcelona, Spain studying the Spanish language. The Pacific North West: Seattle, Vancouver, Bellingham and the San Juan Islands.  Daniel toured China and Tibet, using a film camera. He worked construction in Bozeman, Montana and taught English in Buenos Aires, Argentina.


*Solar Installer with Day One Solar

*Team Leader with Grid Alternatives

*CEM-162 “Photovoltaic Design & Installation” @ Cabrillo College with Stewart Wadsworth

*Farm Worker, Long Hungry Creek Farm, Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee

*Artist in Residence, Omega Institute, Rhinebeck, NY

*Gaia University, MSc “Integrative Eco-Social Design”

*Urban Permaculture Design Certification (PDC) from the Urban Perma-Culture Institute in San Francisco,

*Rocky Mountain PDC from Sunrise Ranch, CO.

*Camper & Counselor at Hidden Villa Summer Camp in the Los Altos Hills of the San Francisco Bay Area

*Aquaponics Green house design and edible/medicinal mushroom cultivation techniques.

*Alumni of Ecology of Leadership course at the Regenerative Design Institute.

*Photography portfolio & Revolutionary Blog @ DBLfoto.com


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