Daniel Gonzalez Acuna is a photojournalist, videographer and 360 content producer based in Seville, Spain. He work as freelancer for news agencies and media, like Euronews, Deutsche Presse-Agentur, Zuma Press amid others. He obtained a PhD in Archaeology (2008) and also a postgraduate degree in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the University of Seville (2011). He is experienced in photography of performing arts, sports and documentary projects about minorities in postconflict areas. His photographs have been published in newspapers Wall Street Journal, Le Monde, Spiegel, Bild, Stern, The Guardian, The Times, The Mail on Sunday, ABC, El Mundo, El Correo de Andalucía, La Razón, AS), Revista Ejército, digital platforms of photojournalism and specialized media in archaeology and performing arts. Since 2017, he works as freelance as 360 content producer for Euronews. He has published a photo-documentary book about Christian minorities in Palestine (González Acuña, Daniel (2012): Cristianos en Palestina. Estrategias de supervivencia. Universidad de Sevilla. ISBN: 978-84-472-1408-2) and received several awards. Recently, his 360 videos about Roman city of Italica (Spain) have being featured by Google Cultural Institute in the launching of "Wonders of Andalusia" page in the Google Arts & Culture Project.
360º video reportage about Roman Re-enactment Days at Italica for Euronews
Freelance photographer for dpa. Reportages, breaking news and sports events
Book of documentary photography about Christian minorities in the Palestinian Occupied Territories. Commissioned by University of Seville (Spain)
This work deals about the celebration of Easter in the last Orthodox monasteries in Kosovo, until now protected by KFOR, the NATO troops deployed in the area, because they are located in the West part of the Kosovo territory, an albanian-kosovar majority area.
Producer of 360 video content for Archaeological Ensemble of Italica at the Google Arts & Culture Project