Daniel W. Coburn lives and works in Lawrence, Kansas. His work and research centers around the intersection of spirituality and domesticity, and the tragedies that occur for those living under the auspices of a flawed American Dream. Selections from his body of work have been featured in exhibitions at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, the Chelsea Museum of Art and many places in between. Coburn's prints are held in collections at the Museum of Contemporary Photography (Chicago), the University of New Mexico Art Museum, the Mulvane Museum of Art, the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art, the Mariana Kistler-Beach Museum of Art and the Moraine Park Museum. His writings and photographs appear regularly in regional and national publications. Coburn has delivered lectures at national and international events including the International Festival of Photography in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and the Helsinki Photo-Media research conference. Coburn received his BFA with an emphasis in photography from Washburn University. He received his MFA with distinction from the University of New Mexico in 2013 and is currently an Assistant Professor of Photo Media at the University of Kansas.