Daniel Thomas Leone is a licensed architect in New York City. He holds a masters degree in architecture from the Knowlton School at The Ohio State University, and a bachelors degree with honors from the SUNY Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning. Prior to establishing his own practice, Daniel worked for internationally recognized firms on the East and West Coast of the United States. In Los Angeles, California, Daniel worked in the Pritzker prize-winning firm Morphosis Architects. While there, he was a project designer for the Hanking Center Tower in Shenzhen, China. Daniel also worked at Parallax Architects where he contributed to the design and expansion to the Archer School for Girls in Brentwood, California. In New York City, Daniel was a designer at the offices of Pei Cobb Freed and Workshop for Architecture, where he worked on multiple residential and commercial projects both local and abroad. Most recently, Daniel was an architect at Fogarty Finger Architecture and Interiors where he managed both ground-up and renovation construction for multi-family projects in New York and Jersey City. He currently practices individually as DTLA. In addition to his career as an architect, Daniel is an accomplished cellist with over 15 years of orchestral and solo experience, as well as an exhibited artist.