NEXT GENERATION CREATIVE ASS KICKER AND MARKETING LEADER WITH OVER 20 YEARS OF GLOBAL LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE IN TRANSLATING BUSINESS OBJECTIVES INTO MARKETING STRATEGIES THAT POWER AWARD-WINNING CREATIVE.
A champion of collaboration and co-creation, Daniel has a track record of creating innovative brand experiences across traditional, digital, and physical platforms, elevating the work, his team, and the agency in the process. He is no stranger to big stages, with proven skills in solving big challenges for big clients.
At POSSIBLE, Daniel is responsible for elevating the creative output of the agency. Identifying and hiring top creative talent in local and regional markets, ranking the creative output of each office globally, and ensuring a deep creative bench are his top priorities.
Prior to POSSIBLE, Daniel was EVP, ECD at Deutsch LA where he transformed the experiential department into an award-winning powerhouse. Through the experiential platform at Deutsch, Daniel evolved Deutsch's agency portfolio with invigorating work that transcended traditional, digital, and physical marketing; and ignited a creative renaissance at the agency. In 2014, as a direct result of Daniel's passion for innovation and creativity, Deutsch LA earned nationwide recognition when the agency won the prestigious Grand Ex Award, the highest honor in the experiential category. At the same time, Deutsch LA was included on the list of the nation’s top experiential agencies.
Prior to DLA, Daniel held top creative posts at traditional, digital, PR, entertainment, and experiential agencies. As executive creative director at Momentum, he led activations for American Express. At RGA, he helped launch Nike+ and created brand content platforms for Nike Women. His traditional experience includes Wieden + Kennedy in Portland and New York, Anomaly, and Deutsch NY. Daniel's experience spans categories: from fashion, technology, finance, consumer packaged goods, retail, and more – the common thread throughout his work is design, humanity, and storytelling.
Daniel has earned numerous awards including Cannes Lions, and his work is included in the permanent collection of New York's Museum of Modern Art.