Dan Biferie is an active artist and has displayed his photographs in more than 150 different exhibitions nationally, including 20 one-person shows. His works have been widely published and are represented in major public collections including: the National Museum of American Art; New Orleans Museum of Art; the High Museum; Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Stanford University; and the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris. He has lectured and conducted workshops at numerous colleges and museums throughout the nation. He was awarded two Individual Artist Fellowships from the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs for his work in photography and digital imaging.
Biferie served as a Senior Professor and Chairperson of the School of Photography and Media Studies at Daytona State College, where he taught for forty-five years before retiring. In 2021 he was recognized as a Professor Emeritus for his distinguished and meritorious contributions to the college. He received the Honored Educator Recognition from the Society for Photographic Education, Southeast Region, in 2012. Dan was founding director of the Southeast Museum of Photography (1978-1990), organizing more than 500 exhibitions, lectures, workshops and seminars during his twelve-year tenure, and served on many state and national arts panels.