Daniel Tommie is a seminole artists specialized in the art of dugout canoe. He worked at the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum as a traditional interpretive coordinator. He has been a spokesmen and educator of the Seminole culture.
“As a young boy I was told to start out small and simple when engaging in art or craft. I have learned invaluable methods, techniques, and approaches in carving a dugout canoe using this concept.»