A Bundjalung, Kullilli ane South Sea Islander man who grew up on the far north coast of New South Wales, Daniel Browning is an award-winning journalist, radio broadcaster, documentary maker, sound artist and writer. Currently, he is Editor Indigenous Radio with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation overseeing the long-standing flagship programs Speaking Out and Awaye!. He also presents The Art Show on ABC RN and podcast.
A QUT visual arts graduate, Daniel is also a widely published freelance writer, inaugural guest editor of Artlink Indigenous and the curator of Blak Box, a specially designed sound pavilion commissioned by Utp to amplify the voices of First Nations storytellers, language custodians and artists working in spoken word, performance and music. His published work in journalism and art criticism - as well as unpublished poetry, memoir and his first play - is drawn together in his forthcoming debut to be published in late 2023 by the Indigenous-owned Magabala Books.