About

Daniel Caulfield-Sriklad is a London-based practitioner and lecturer with multidisciplinary experience in physical and digital communication design within the cultural and creative industries.

With a background in Communications and Image-making, Daniel completed an MA in Fashion Curation at the University of the Arts London, in 2013. His MA research sought to question the static mannequin display of dress within the exhibition space and look towards digital technology to enhance the communication of the fashion object; specifically looking at communicating the sensorial, tactile and embodied nature of dress.

His research led to being awarded a Fulbright scholarship to work with The Drexel Digital Museum Project, Philadelphia, USA. This international and interdisciplinary team works on the production, curation and publication of high resolution, interactive, panoramic images of fashion objects, resulting in new modes of display and publication.

He is currently a lecturer in Communication Design for Fashion within the School of Media and Communication at the London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London.

 Daniel is committed to producing content and experiences that explore the boundaries of physical and digital space while prioritising the human experience that is central to communication design.

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Clients and collaborators include:

White Line Projects, London

University of the Arts London

Centre for Sustainable Fashion, London

Centre for Fashion Enterprise, London

Royal Albert Hall, London

Southbank Centre, London

Drexel University, Philadelphia

P1, China

Image-making commissions include:

Archive photography

Photography of artists’ work for print and digital media

Photographing garments and textiles for print and digital media

Moving-image exhibition installations

Talks & Conferences:

‘The Persistent Digital Narrative’, International Committee for Museums and Collections of Costume Annual Meeting and Symposium, June 2017

‘Experiential Symposium’, panel discussion with Lucy Hardcastle, Field and Bompas & Parr, London College of Fashion, June 2017

‘Imaging and Interpreting the Digital Fashion Object’, AHFAP Conference November 2016

Art, Science and Industry: Historic Costume Collections in the 21st Century, Drexel University, November 2015

‘Innovative Practices in Fashion Curation’, Southampton University, October 2013

‘Enhancing the Display of the Fashion Artefact through Multimedia Approaches’, 1st International Conference on Digital Fashion, London, May 2013