Born in 1985, Daniel completed a five-years Law & Economics Degree before going on to study a BA Photography in Edinburgh. There, his work naturally showed a strong interest in anthropological topics and was exhibited at the University of Edinburgh, among other collective exhibitions. He then decided to pursue an MA in Visual Anthropology at The University of Manchester where he graduated with Distinction. From there on, he has been developing his vision as ethnographic filmmaker and deepening his interest in ethics, aesthetics and story telling. His film works have been already exhibited at various European ethnographic film festivals. He is currently living in Spain, where he is combining his job as freelance video maker, with his passion for education as cinema workshop's teacher.