Who is Dan Estabrook?
Dan Estabrook is an American photographer and production designer. Dan Estabrook rose to prominence as a result of his relationship with actress Megan Boone. He is also a well-known artist who has been active since the 1990s.
What is the net worth of Dan Estabrook?
Dan Estabrook’s net worth is estimated to be around $1 million as a result of his work.
He certainly earns a good living from his various careers as an artist, photographer, painter, and designer.
According to reports, he earns $74,244 per year as a professional photographer.
Megan Boone, Dan’s partner, has an estimated net worth of $3 million from her work as an American actress.
Dan Estabrook: Birth, Parents, Siblings, and Education
Dan Estabrook was born in 1969 in Boston, Massachusetts to American parents.
He hasn’t revealed the identity of his parents. He has yet to mention his birthday.
Dan is of English ancestry and of American nationality.
Dan went to public school and the Museum of Fine Arts.
After that, he enrolled at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
In 1990, he graduated from the university with a Bachelor of Arts degree magna cum laude.
Dan then went on to earn a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Illinois.
He graduated from the University in the year 1993.
In addition, at Harvard University, he had received instruction in alternative photographic processes from Christopher James.
Dan Estabrook’s Relationship Status
Dan Estabrook and his partner Megan Boone welcomed their first child, Caroline Boone Estabrook.
On April 15, 2016, their daughter was born. It’s unclear whether the couple is married or not.
However, some sources claim that they are married, albeit unofficially.
Dan and Megan met while filming ‘My Bloody Valentine 3D.’ He worked as a production designer on the film.
Then their romantic relationship began, and they soon revealed their relationship.
In January 2016, his girlfriend Megan announced her pregnancy during an appearance on Live with Kelly and Michael in New York City.
In an interview, she revealed that she was pregnant with Dan’s child.
Dan lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his future wife Boone and their daughter.
In addition, he is very supportive of his partner and family.
The couple has not revealed whether they are married or not, but they have become engaged.
The couple is still together, and there have been no reports of extramarital affairs.
Dan Estabrook: Professional Career
Dan became interested in photography as a teenager by reading underground magazines about the punk-rock and skateboarding cultures of the 1980s.
In 1993, he held his first exhibitions as ‘Minimal’ at Gallery X in Los Angeles, California.
In 1994, he held another solo exhibition at I-Space Gallery in Chicago, Illinois.
Dan then participated in two exhibitions in 1995: ‘A New Direction’ at Warren Street Gallery in Hudson, New York, and ‘Dysfunctional’ at Blue Note Gallery in London, England.
He traveled to San Francisco, California in 1996 to host an exhibition at the Catharine Clark Gallery.
In addition, he curated the solo exhibition ‘Interior Views’ at the Houston Center for Photography in Houston, Texas.
In 1997, he took part in the exhibitions ‘Glorious Gardens’ at Bonni Benrubi Gallery in New York City and ‘Time Zero: Artists and Polaroids’ at ESP Gallery in San Francisco.
In 1998, he returned to Chicago to present the ‘UIUC/Glasgow Exchange Exhibition’ at I-Space Gallery and ‘The Camera Obscured II: Mixed Media Photography’ at Catherine Edelman Gallery.
He hosted ‘Inherent Vice’ in New York, as well as the self-titled exhibition at Sarah Morthland Gallery the following year.
He began the new millennium in Chicago by organizing the exhibition ‘The Exquisite Corpse’ at Printworks Gallery.
He also hosted a show called ‘First Photographs’ at Sarah Morthland Gallery.
In 2001, he organized the exhibition ‘Re-Thought, Re-Seen: 21st-Century Photographers Using 19th-Century Processes’ at the UMKC Gallery of Art.
In his hometown of Boston, he hosted the ‘Sun Works: Contemporary Alternative Photography’ exhibition at the Art Institute.
Dan was then included in three exhibitions in 2002: ‘The Camera Obscured IV: Mixed Media Photography’ at Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago, as well as ‘Pathetica’ and ‘The Antiquarian Avant-Garde’ at Sarah Morthland Gallery.
Then he took part in the exhibition ‘Pathetica and Other Stories’ at Jackson Fine Art in Atlanta, Georgia. Estabrook was featured in two exhibitions in 2004: ‘From Penland’ at Rebus Works in Raleigh, North Carolina, and ‘Alchemy’ at Penland Gallery in Penland School of Crafts.
In addition, in 2005, he took part in two exhibitions: ‘Wetlab: The New Nexus Between Art and Science’ at Sacred Heart University’s Gallery of Contemporary Art in Fairfield, Connecticut, and ‘Dan Estabrook: Sleep and Nine Symptoms’ at Catherine Edelman Gallery.
Estabrook creates contemporary art by working as a photographer and employing nineteenth-century photographic techniques and processes.
In 1994, he was awarded an Artist’s Fellowship by the National Endowment for the Arts.
In 1997, he worked as a production designer on Jesse Peretz’s directorial debut, ‘First Love, Last Rites.’
He also worked in the art department on the 2018 musical drama ‘Juliet, Naked.’
Dan Estabrook: Height and Weight
Dan Estabrook stands 1.70 meters (5 feet 7 inches) tall.
His body weight is approximately 141 pounds or 64 kilograms.
Estabrook’s hair is light brown, and her eyes are hazel. He also wears a spectacle.