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Hi, my real name is Daniel Leivick. Personally I value editors identifying themselves directly as it creates a greater sense of responsibility for one's actions. I've been editing Wikipedia since early 2006 and was granted admin status in May 2008 (see my RfA here). I am member of WP:CAR and do some work for WP:WPNN. Let me know on my talk page if I can help with anything.
As for a little bit of education background. (Note: I do not claim to be an expert in any subject for the purposes of gaining the upper hand in any type of dispute on here Wikipedia) I attended UCSC for one year but transferred to and graduated from Stanford University. I attained a BA in studio practice focusing on photography, although I studied mechanical engineering and product design as well. I am currently a photography MFA candidate at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts.
You can see some of my photography on my new photo blog.
It has been a very long time (years) since I have seen an Admin take so much time with a new editor. Your an asset far beyond what this barnstar can convey. Great job with helping User:Cybershore.. Moxy (talk) 20:11, 29 August 2012 (UTC)
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