"Daniel G. Benes is the founder, science show presenter, and antique technology curator of Daniel G. Benes Science Shows. He has designed and taught numerous science-based shows, classes, camps, and curriculum for schools, academies, museums, and libraries around the state of Texas in the realm of science and technology, electronics, chemistry, aerospace, photography, audio production, antique science and technology, and outdoor wilderness survival skills. Daniel has worked in aerospace as a flight avionics technician and is a former two-time Austin radio show host and producer. Daniel second passion, music has also won him accolades as a People's Choice Award-winning World/Orchestral music composer. In fact, it is Daniel's music that St. Davids Hospital plays each time a baby is born! Daniel is also a former award-winning nature & wildlife photographer, whose clients include Texas Parks & Wildlife.
Daniel is a member of W.A.T.T.; World Association of Technology Teachers. His science-based shows and events have been featured on television and in numerous magazine and newspaper articles, including Texas Monthly and The New York Times."