From Our Editors
Daniel Rey Lozano's mother always encouraged him to pursue the arts. Because of her support, Daniel started drawing in second grade and added the guitar to his repertoire of skills at age 12. He continued experimenting with new modes of expression throughout high school and eventually found work as a director in TV and film production. His passion for moving pictures made it easy to transition into photography—the art form his mother always wanted to pursue. Today, he snaps candid portraits and chronicles actors and musicians onstage as they perform and backstage as they argue with their power-hungry puppeteers. He also documents weddings, captures personality-rich headshots, and uses long exposure to create cityscapes with swirling bands of neon light.