Daniel Hernández. The chic clothing designs of this innovative entrepreneur have gathered international attention, grabbing awards out of Amsterdam, Boston and from established brands such as Banana Republic and the prestigious designer Alfred Fiandaca. With recognition from some of the most well known players in the industry, Daniel heads DH Studios Inc., a company poised to become the world distributor of its exclusive product lines.
This industry is not for the meek, and Daniel’s long road of hard work has prepared him for every challenge presented before him. A graduate of Blaine Academy, Daniel studied at Boston's School of Fashion Design on Newbury Street, and in Paris at the abroad program of New York's Fashion Institute of Technology.
DH Studios Inc. incorporated in 2002 and Daniel was quickly awarded the U.S. Small Business Administration's 2003 Young Entrepreneur for Massachusetts and New England. This was only one of the several awards Daniel would take home.
No stranger to innovation, Daniel developed his first product, Control Cre?me, as a launching pad for over two hundred beauty products, and also began his own clothing line, Details De Couture. Impressed with his work, industry connoisseurs voted Daniel above 800 other participants on JUSTPROUD.com, the online fashion community; he then created a clothing line for the site that carries his own name.
Daniel has a strong connection to his community and uses his talents to improve his surroundings. A firm believer in continuing education, Daniel supports the Boston Center for Adult Education in which he has been teaching for over ten years. Having traveled the world, Daniel is also fluent in Spanish and French.
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- Insider guide to the modeling industry
- Boston, MA, United States
- Curious about the modeling industry? Want to know more about what to do and what not to do when starting a modeling career? From commercial photography to runway Daniel Hernandez will share with you what sixteen years of experience working Boston, Paris and New York has taught him. The modeling industry has changed significantly in recent years and agencies and independent bookers are looking for more than just America’s Next Top Model. This class will explain the process of making the most of a go-see, how to create a comp card and a basic portfolio. Whether you are looking to learn about the modeling industry in Boston, or just curious about the scene, we will include a database with local modeling agencies, photographers, stylists and makeup artist to help you decide if the next step is for you or not.
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