I started in the video industry in 2000 directing and producing live broadcasts in the control room. I developed my skills as a cameramen, video editor and visual effects artist during that time. One day I was inspired by Philip Bloom a filmmaker who was making great movies with a DSLR camera. Shortly thereafter, I went to the store and bought myself a DSLR camera to shoot my first movie.
After participating in the The 48 Hour Film Project shortly thereafter, I decided to learn about the photography aspect of the DSLR and started the photography program at Sheridan College which I completed in 2013. I then fined-tuned my skills with of one of the masters of photography, Jerry Ghionis.
"Daniel is a thoughtful and thorough person who saved me a lot of time with his proactive and organized approach to the task at hand. This, in addition to high quality work arrived at through a focus on collaboration and openess to client wants, needs and budget. He clearly communicates what is needed for a successful outcome and personally goes the extra mile to make this happen. I hope to have a chance to work with him again."