Editor of GedheFootprints, Author of Little Gray Dot (2016) and Gampang (2019) and Developer of DTA (2011), Hourrency (2018) and Aircraft Crash Survivability Estimation Tool (2019)
Muhammad Danish Danial (ꦩꦸꦲꦩ꧀ꦩꦢ꧀ꦢꦟꦶꦱ꧀ꦢꦤ꧀ꦪꦭ꧀ꦨꦶꦤ꧀ꦩꦺꦴꦲꦩꦼꦢ꧀ꦄꦤ꧀ꦮꦂ) 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. In 2020, Danial graduated from the Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics course at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with Magna Cum Laude honors.
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 media projects on his own and shares his work through GedheFootprints. He is a member of MENSA since 2016.
At Embry-Riddle Asia, Danish Danial was a co-founder of the Student Government Association, and served as the Head of Media Affairs in 2016. 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. Danial represented the university in a few competitions notably the Singapore Young CSR Leaders’ Award in 2016 and UNESCO’s and Airbus’ Fly Your Ideas Competition in 2017 where his team was nominated in the top 50 internationally. Danial also represented the University at 2nd Model ICAO Forum in Shenzhen, China in 2018.
From 2016 to 2018, Danial served in the Singapore Police Force, serving as an In-Situ Reaction Team (IRT) Trooper before ending his full-time service.
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.
In 2019, Danial authored and published Gampang, which compiles the essentials of reading the Javanese Script, or Aksara Jawa through a series of creative graphics.