Danny  Froyen is a professional violinist from Hasselt, Belgium. He discovered his passion for photography at a young age when he was given his first camera, a Vöiglander. 

The experience he gained from his previous exhibitions and the digitalization of cameras made him want to take photography in a different direction. By photographing the little things of everyday life in all its forms, by capturing all the colors and light of nature, by editing his photos in abstract forms, he wants the viewer to experience his full spectrum of emotions. And, experience his work more like that of a painter rather than a photographer. 

Current Series: Decayed to Reclaimed 

This current series entitled “Decayed to Reclaimed”,  aims to combine the melancholy of music and the beauty of nature. Experience the spectrum of light in these photographs as though you are immersed in the waves of music.

Daniel Froyen is a Belgian-born violinist and photographer, whose unconventional style of photography reflects that of abstract paintings. Froyen accomplishes his goal of “raising the ordinary to the extraordinary” by capturing subjects from everyday life and portraying them from a new perspective. The colors and light of nature combine with digitally edited abstract forms to create painterly compositions that invite us to experience Froyen’s vision and full spectrum of emotions. His recent series, “Decayed to Reclaimed” emphasizes this, by aiming to combine the melancholy of music with the beauty of nature.