Contributing since August, 2009
About Danny Maiorca
Danny enjoys exploring different creative disciplines, especially photography. He has a degree in Sports Journalism and has been writing professionally since 2016. Besides creative pursuits, Danny also has expertise in Apple products. He's a keen photographer and CrossFitter away from the keyboard.?
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