Danny Goldfield Projects

Danny Goldfield


  • Creator of To Live 10,000 Years project, my quest photograph 2 people (1 woman & 1 man) in each of the 50 United States.  All 100 people need to be at least 100 years old.
  • Best known for the NYChildren project: Photograph one child from every country on earth, find each child living in New York City.
  • Profiled on LIFE magazine cover, CBS Evening News, BBC Worldwide, NY Times, AFP,Reuters, MSNBC, CNN Español, CNN, FOX, NHK Japan, People’s Daily China and more.
  • Artwork is in private and institutional collections; such as the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
  • 15 solo exhibitions worldwide 
  • Author of NYChildren Photography book. Launch event at the International Center of Photography bookstore.
  • Keynote and Guest Speaker at Conferences, Exhibitions, and other events
  • Director of short films, including prize winning Apology to Josh Fleischmann
  • 10 years working as Art Director on award-winning feature films, tv commercials, and music videos
  • Once traveled around the world in 365 days, departing and returning to NYC on October 26th
  • American Film Institute Directing Fellow, Master in Fine Arts, 2002
  • Washington University in St. Louis psychology major, Bachelor of Science, 1990
  • Choate Rosemary Hall, 1985
  • Born in Connecticut
  • New Yorker living in Cambridge MA