Daniel was the kid that went to Space Camp, played trumpet in the marching band, and subsequently had to learn Tae Kwon Do to defend himself. Those talents aside, he’s a creative director and designer – endlessly fascinated with visual expression. He has worked with brands including Square, Apple, Nike, Disney and Target to define their aesthetic and tell their story across mediums. His talent lies in expressing these stories in bold and timeless ways that capture the essence of the brand. From visual identity through photography, he loves the challenge of weaving a single narrative. He has been lucky enough to speak at Andreessen Horowitz, The Designer Fund, Warm Gun and The Same Wavelength, as well as teach at General Assembly. He’s also a member of KPCB’s Design Council and a mentor in their Design Fellows Program.