Dan Bracaglia - about 

Dan Bracaglia is a 33-year-old writer, photographer, and visual storyteller living in Seattle, Washington. He's spent the past decade working in a variety of editorial roles at publications including Popular Photography magazine, American Photo magazine, Sound and Vision magazine, Popular Science magazine, and Digital Photography Review.

For a more in-depth career history, please view Dan's Linkedin profile.

Deeply passionate about live music, photography, and community, Dan founded Northwest Sound Exchange in the Spring of 2015, shortly after relocating to the West Coast from his home in New York City. The publication's mission, since its inception, has been to provide visual coverage of Seattle's underground/DIY music community while fostering a learning environment for budding photographers, curious about the craft.

A lover of print media and the 'DIY' ethos, Dan has self-published 45+ short-run zines in the past 18 years. His most recent publication, Love+Loss, was released in fall 2020, with all proceeds going to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. And a new solo zine is planned for summer, 2021. He's also published two collaborative issues of Northwest Sound Exchange, with more than 300 copies printed and distributed. A third issue is planned.

Written work – samples 

Dan is  an editor and staff writer at  Digital Photography Review. Select writing samples can be viewed below: 

Fujifilm X-E4 review: small size, big image qualitypublished April, 2021

Nikon Z5 review: the best value stills-oriented full-framer – published September, 2020

Canon AE-1: the gear that changed my life, again and again - published May, 2020

Developing film at home: everything you need to know to get started –published May, 2020

Opinion: Stop worrying about new cameras and love the one(s) you've got - published March, 2020 

The London Broil – about 

The London Broil began its life as a daily photoblog in 2008 while Dan studied photojournalism at Rutgers University. He chose the name because he thought it was silly and he still does. 

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