Daniel has been involved in Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) research during the course of his radar career based at DERA, QinetiQ, Dstl and now Cranfield University, where his is lecturer and head of the Ground-Based SAR Laboratory. He has won the John Benjamin Memorial prize for developments in enhancing SAR image coherence products over mountainous terrain. Current research areas include 3D multistatic SAR image formation, coherence and polarimetry. He has a joint honours BSc in Mathematics and Physics and a PhD in Applied Mathematics, both from the University of Bristol.