WHO IS DANIEL?

Now is not a time for an existential crisis so let's  not  go too deep into that...  But professionally: He's an ASU Alumni focused on changing the way you think of theatre and video design! He has worked for OSF (Oregon Shakespeare Festival),  PBS, and annually for the LDI Trade Show since 2013. His work on Honky at San Diego Rep can be seen on Onstage In America. His recent work has been with Childsplay in Tempe Arizona brinigng projections to childrens theatre in the valley, and he's looking to help with your next big project!

HE'S A TRAINER

Daniel is currently on the path to be the 2nd Certified Trainer in North America for WATCHOUT. His background and knowledge of the award winning projectin mapping software has currently brought him to Chicago working for the NA Distributor. He travels across the US to help teach WATCHOUT, set up installations, and provides tech support. Keep an eye out for upcoming classes on the Dataton website.

 

HE'S A DESIGNER

Daniel has worked throughout his professional career to bring sets to life with projection. His roots come from over a decade of Graphic Design training and half a decade in Motion Graphics!  His audiences have been from all sorts of age groups and demographics.

HE'S A COLLABORATOR

Aside from theatre Daniel likes to collaborate with artists and people outside of the industry on projects. From Film, Art instillation, Clubs, Conventions, and more. Video can extend out into every field. Daniel loves collaborating with all artists, because there's an unlimited potential to what can be done!

HE'S A PRETTY COOL DUDE

When he's not working on a project he likes to stay up to date on the latest design trends, music scenes, and supporting local businesses. He has recently started streaming on twitch for design work and video games, keeping in contact with his followers and supporters. He has also developed a brand of tees called Butch Queen with over 90 designs on his society6, not including his regular designed tees. He's also currently and active memeber in the Pup Community and a member of CPP in Chicago. His phylosophy is that all people are capable of unconditional love. He helps share the message of living like a pup where ever he goes. Life is too short to be caught up in sadness, forgive and forget the small things, but it's perfectly fine to project yourself from harmful situations including negative people. Just remember to share the love, but also remember to love yourself. Also remember to never sacrifice your happiness for others, but first look into what happiness means to you. In his case, it's giving back somehow and providing a safe space to be yourself.