Daniel has spent his life dedicated to the moving image with an acute sense of the power it wields and the responsibility that comes with it. With that outlook, he has been awarded The National PBS Communication Award, four Grand Prize Awards at four Film Festivals, four Telly Awards and a nomination for a Student Academy Award. His work has been screened on PBS, IFC, Discovery Networks, The History Channel, CNBC and at The Director’s Guild of America in Hollywood (twice). Daniel has filmed in 22 countries, edited in eight languages and his list of clients goes down to here. In 2000, he proudly voted for Nader, but since then has kept that to himself.


Student Academy Award Nomination (TRYPTYCH)
Grand Prize – Fort Worth Film Festival (New Clear Farm)
Grand Prize – Llano Estacado Film Festival (TRYPTYCH)
Grand Prize – The Independent Film Channel’s “Pure Film” competition (Untimely)
Grand Prize – Mandalay Film/Video Festival (TRYPTYCH)

National PBS Communication Award – Sweepstakes campaign (KERA-TV, Dallas)

Telly Award – HP – “2920 Documentary”
Telly Award – HP/Suse – “Rosetta Stone”
Telly Award – HP – “Bike Messenger”
Telly Award – Bridgestone – “Get In The Game”