Eddee Daniel (Milwaukee, WI) is a fine art photographer and writer specializing in cultural landscapes. He is the author of Urban Wilderness: Exploring a Metropolitan Watershed and recipient of the Conservation Fund’s Kodak American Greenways Award. His work has been exhibited widely and published in Family: a Celebration of Humanity, Popular Photography, The Photo Review, Phototechniques, Art in Wisconsin, New Mexico Photographer, and Orion Magazine, among others. With degrees from University of Wisconsin—Madison and University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee, he has over 30 years of experience working with environmental non-profit organizations as well as teaching photography and architecture. He currently serves as Artist in Residence in Milwaukee’s MenomoneeValley, a position co-sponsored by Menomonee Valley Partners and Zimmerman Architectural Studios.