- Asbury Park, NJ, US
- $45 /hr
- Available now
Chris Daniel started in the video business in producing live multimedia presentations and moved on to work in corporate video for TRW, a major Fortune 500 company where he becamemore...Chris Daniel started in the video business in producing live multimedia presentations and moved on to work in corporate video for TRW, a major Fortune 500 company where he became an accomplished video editor and Director. After years of gaining valuable experience, Daniel formed his own company, Daniel Productions, (www.danielproductions.tv) His duties include Producing/Directing of all major Daniel Productions projects as well as the day-to day management of the business.
Mr. Daniel has produced projects throughout the U.S. and abroad working for major corporations and the U.S. Government. He has produced dozens of programs including documentaries, training, PSA’s, public relations, entertainment, and exhibit videos, etc.
He's worked with top level corporate executives (Ronald McDonald House, Andersen Consulting, National Science Center) and high ranking military officers (West Point, US Army, USMC), as well as entertainment professionals including Mr. Walter Cronkite on a multi-award winning documentary.
He has worked with the Studio Museum of Harlem to record several top Jazz, Film and Literary artists (Randy Weston, Max Roach, Andrew Hill and the David Murray Big Band and Amiri Baraka and Melvin Van Peebles, Clyde Taylor and Virginia Hamilton), for a Jazz/Literary series.
In addition to his work at Daniel Productions, he has taught video production, writing and entrepreneur
classes for the Newark Housing Authority, The Edenwald Housing Authority, Southern Residential Group Home, Bronx, NY, the NY State Division of Youth (at various locations in New York City) and at the Neptune NJ Drug Alliance and The Summer Neighborhood Evening Recreation Program. He self-produced three special interest videos programs; “Kid to Kid: Staying Safe!” (Featuring Dr. Loretta Long “Susan from Sesame Street”; “Shotokan Karate Basics”; and “For Sale By Owner”.
Personally, Mr. Daniel is a life-long Jazz enthusiast and martial artist (2nd degree black belt).