Daniel Tse received a Bachelor of Architecture in 2007 from Carnegie Mellon University. As a student, he explored many graphic communication techniques including drawing, painting, sculpting, photography and carpentry. He developed a passion for urban design, wanting to serve his community and profession outside of the typical realm of a single structure. From his travels to Europe, South America, China, Hong Kong and Japan, he has explored the culture and design of many cities.
Since joining Rothschild Doyno Collaborative, he has been part of award winning design teams where he offered design input and used his artistic talents for several project renderings. He is pursuing registration as an Architect and LEED accredited professional.