"Nothing is more important than gaining perspective," says Daniel Bedich. ". . . Life isn't about figuring it all out, but rather enjoying the experience for what it is and, and accepting it." In addition to the power of perspective, Daniel values open mindedness, the ability to think outside of cultural conditioning and down-to- earth people who aren't driven by ego. "My goals include experiencing life to the fullest by maintaining a focus on the present and having as much of a positive impact on others as I can."
Daniel hails from South Lyon, a small town near Ann Arbor, MI, where he grew up with his sister. He admits to a lifelong fascination with technology and says he knew as early as elementary school that he would "do something" in the tech field. That something turned out tobe a degree in MSU's Experience Architecture, a brand new program that allowed him to combine his passions for computer science, design, art and working with people.
After receiving a list of internships from his college advisor, Daniel chose Maestro but really had no knowledge of the company. He collected a lot of that—plus tons of hands-on experience—during an internship in the summer of 2015. "I was treated as a peer from day one and was treated with the same level of respect and trust," remembers Daniel. After working for a large insurance company during his senior year, he began to realize just how much he missed his coworkers here and the values that are the foundation of Maestro. To say he's glad to be back as a full-time employee would be a bit of an understatement: "Maestro is a one-of- a-kind company."
- Has never eaten oatmeal.
- Dreamed of being an ice cream man as a child.
- Is a pretty serious desk drummer.
Amber by 311 on the album, From Chaos