About Us

About Bill Daniel

Texas-born, San Francisco exiled, and confirmed tramp, Bill Daniel continues to experiment with survivalism and bricolage in his attempts to record and report on the various social margins he finds himself in. Currently based on the Texas gulf coast, Daniel divides his time between Texas and touring.

Daniel’s work has received awards from Creative Capital, Film Arts Foundation, The Pioneer Fund, Texas Filmmaker Production Fund, the R & B Feder Charitable Foundation, and The Western States Media Alliance. He was a Wattis Foundation artist-in-residence at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, where his installation “Souls Harbor” was exhibited in Dec. In 1999 he was in-residence at The Headlands Center for the Arts where he produced several multi-projection 16mm film installations, including “Trespassing Sign” in collaboration with the late Margaret Kilgallen. In 2001 his hobo campfire installation “The Girl on the Train in the Moon” was included in “Widely Unknown” at Deitch Projects in New York.

If your son or daughter needs prescription lenses, we carry kid-friendly lenses along with trendy kids frames your children are certain to love. Then, when he or she reaches the age of three, he or she should have another comprehensive eye exam. If he or she requires corrective lenses, regular exams will ensure that their prescription is up-to-date and at the correct level. If he or she is unable to see clearly, she may lose her natural sense of curiosity and desire to learn before either have had the chance to fully emerge. Children can start wearing contact lenses around age 10 to 12 when they can handle the exceptional care techniques to take care of these lenses.

Our thorough examination will ensure your kid's degree of depth perception, tracking, and capacity to distinguish distinctive colors are functioning properly. These exams are an in depth evaluation of your kid's vision. The eye exam enables optometrists to create a baseline of well-being and vision capabilities for the kid. Kids' eye exams are extremely important.

pediatric optometry

To be able to be accepted in the program, three or more decades of pre-optometric learning is demanded. There are occasions when a cognitively appropriate chart has to be used. If now is the time for your youngster's periodic vision exam or if your kid is showing symptoms of vision impairment, we ask you to speak to our workplace. So, based on the eye problem you're facing, you can go to both of them. An undiagnosed eye problem can make it hard for your child to be successful academically and take part in sports. There are several common pediatric vision issues that can affect kids, so seeing a pediatric optometrist for regular check ups can allow you to keep an eye on your kid's eye health and make sure their vision is left up to speed. Unknown vision issues may worsen and allow it to be hard for the child to be successful in school.

  A veteran of the touring circuit, Daniel has programmed, booked and exhibited several mobile art shows. In 1997-98 he curated a weekly screening series, Funhouse Cinema, in Austin, that also weekly screened in Houston and San Antonio. Daniel is also recognized for his work as cinematographer and editor for filmmaker Craig Baldwin. Other endeavors include zines–contributing photography to The Western Roundup, a punk fanzine in 1981-82 designed by Michael Nott, and publishing/editing Detour, a situationist journal, in 1986. He is also the creator of an experimental sports league, The Texas Gas-Powered Leaf Blower Hockey Association.

Shutterclank! is a self-published magazine featuring traditional photographers released twice a year, and can be found in our online store.

Shutterclank! was created as a method to share photographic works of the film and alternative process photographers with a wide audience.  This is accomplished on the website, in print as the self-published eponymous magazine, and as photographic exhibitions.
It features an international and accomplished list of photographers.  Please browse and let us know what you think!