Daniel Heller is a professional architect author and multidisciplinary visual artist who lives in New York. He writes “Visual Literature” and works in several art mediums including oil painting, photography, and digital art. He authored, illustrated, and is the publisher of Plato’s Visual Utopia, a book that was inspired by Plato’s famed philosophical treatise the Republic.
The artist/author graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from the school of architecture in Florence. He has practiced architecture for over 35 years, designing numerous healing environments in the United States. He exhibited in several countries and his works are held in private collections in Australia, the UK, Israel, and the United States.