Dan just completed co-writing and co-producing an eBook that provides readers with 'a new kind of digital storytelling experience.' Available on iOS & Android, the eBook is embedded with 26 indie songs that can be heard through a proprietary audio player - and has already achieved nearly 800,000 downloads on BitTorrent Bundles:
Dan also edited the promo video for the eBook launch on BitTorrent.
Dan returned to the quick turn-around world of Music Video production by co-directing, shooting story segments and editing Winger's critically acclaimed Tin Soldier.
Utilizing the wealth of stockfootage available on pond5.com, he was able to assemble the story elements and edit several other music videos for Winger, including the highly successful Rat Race and Midnight Driver of a Love Machine.
This work led to several other music video edits, including a beautifully shot spec piece for Robert Plant's Rainbow directed by renowned photographer Denise Truscello (see demo reel in FILM+VIDEO section)
Dan just returned from the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, Korea where he completed his fourth year consulting for the Local Organizing Committee as Independent TV Auditor for the Olympic Council of Asia.
Highlights from 17th Asian Games in Incheon
He has performed the same service for OCA since 2003, including: the Asian Games in Doha, Qatar and Guangzhou, China; the Asian Winter Games in Astana-Almaty Kazakhstan; the Asian Indoor Martial Arts Games in Macau, China; Hanoi, Vietnam and Incheon, Korea; the Asian Beach Games in Bali, Indonesia; Muscat, Oman; Haiyang, China and recent the 2014 Asian Beach Games in Phuket, Thailand.
Dan worked with fellow writer Steve Waldman (both uncredited) to clean up the English translation of the French screenplay for Pascal Morelli's animated feature film 108 Demon Kings.
Dan completed a re-staging of his design for the San Francisco Symphony's critically acclaimed production of The John Cage Songbooks at the New World Symphony in Miami.
The original SF production successfully toured the country, making its final appearance at Carnegie Hall.
Timelapse set change at Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco