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For the past ten years, Daniel has worked extensively in the digital realm.  He was a freelance web-developer working on personal websites as well as for companies Design Brooklyn and The B2B Group. He is interested in clean, standards based (see World Wide Web Consortium) coding and utilizes CSS3, HTML5, PHP, and javascript. He installs and customizes WordPress sites, works with jQuery, and has experience working with SQL databases. Daniel is proficient in Photoshop and Dreamweaver and has experience with Flash and Illustrator.

Daniel works extensively with video from pre-production planning, filming, editing, to distributing for multiple platforms. While at CalArts, seeking his MFA in Dance and Integrated Media, he served as the graduate video teaching assistant where his job focused on supervising a crew to document and archive over ten dance performances each year. He has worked as a video designer in his own choreographic work, and most recently, was the video designer for Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company’s production of Flabbergast choreographed and directed by Tandy Beal.

Daniel seeks to implement technology into his choreography as a way to explore constructed realities and how the digital world shapes our identity. Aside from fixed video media, Daniel often works with Isadora, a  real-time media manipulation software used to create interactive visuals, sounds, and environments. He has also recently started to explore the Arduino, an open-source electronics platform used to make interactive projects as well as Processing, a programming language that can be used to create interactive generative art. Daniel is very interested in the concept of Physical Computing and seeks more and more inspiration from this source as he continues to create.

As a sound editor Daniel edits and creates his own musical scores using Sound Studio, Tracktion, and Garageband.

Daniel designed and taught an MFA level digital portfolio course that was offered for two academic years as part of the CalArts Dance curriculum.


DIGITAL PORTFOLIO // Graduate level course taught at CalArts 2011 – 2013. This class provides the opportunity for students to develop a personal website and gain the necessary skills to sustain this website beyond graduation. A portion of this class will be devoted to integrating media such as videos and images, learning Photoshop, and working with social media as a marketing resource. Within the course, students will gain a general comfort and self-confidence working within this media genre, in order to be self-sustaining as the technologies evolve. casino portfolio

Artistic Director // Choreographer // Teacher

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