Dr Daniel Berio

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Dr Daniel Berio


Computational Arts Lecturer




daniel.berio (@gold.ac.uk)

Computational methods for generating typography, calligraphy, graffiti and vector graphics

Daniel Berio is a researcher, programmer, and artist who combines computer graphics, robotics, and graffiti art in his work. He completed his PhD in computing at Goldsmiths, where he focused on developing methods for the computer-aided design and procedural generation of synthetic graffiti art and calligraphy. Prior to his PhD, Daniel specialized in multimedia software development, with a particular interest in real-time hardware-accelerated rendering and vector graphics techniques. As an artist, Daniel draws inspiration from his background in graffiti writing, using algorithmic forms to explore and expand upon this aesthetic.

Academic qualifications

  • PhD, Goldsmiths, University of London 2021