Muhammad Danish Danial was born in Singapore in 1998. Danial spent his Secondary School years at St. Joseph’s Institution where he completed his GCE ‘O’ Levels. After graduating, he continued with his Diploma in Aerospace Electronics at Temasek Polytechnic, in which he withdrew in the same year. Currently, Danial is an undergraduate student, taking his Bachelors of Science in Aeronautics at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
As a train enthusiast, in 2010, Danial coded train and route add-ons, titled “Sidesville Add-Ons” for OpenBVE train simulator.
During his free time, Danial takes up Street and Cityscape photography and shares his work through the “TapakBesar” project which started in 2016. He also started up a public project titled, “Snippets of Singapore” in 2016 which involves archiving Singapore through videography and photography. He is a member of the High-IQ Society, MENSA and a member of the Tampines East Community Centre Youth Executive Committee since 2015 and is currently serving as the Arts and Culture Secretary.
At Embry-Riddle Asia, Danish Danial was a co-founder of the Student Government Association, serving as the Head of Media Affairs. He was also a founding member of the Women In Aviation Asia/Singapore, Deputy Commander and Founder of the 75th Squadron, and President and Founder of the Media Relations League.
In 2016, Danial authored and published his first book, Little Gray Dot, which compiles his 3-year worth of street photography work in Singapore.
In 2018, Danial published his first Android Application, Hourrency which tracks savings-goals and converts prices into work hours.
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