Daniel Wu is a multiple Telly Award winning director of photography with a Master of Science in Entertainment Business from Full Sail University in Orlando, FL. He graduated with high honors and won the Advanced Achievement Award.
He has shot numerous critically acclaimed films, music videos, corporate videos, PSA’s, documentaries. His most recent work involves in NBC's reality television series The Voice and Imagine Dragon's concert performance aired on the Grammy's 2015.
Daniel’s projects have taken him all over the world from the Fjord's of Norway to the crowed streets of Shanghai, but he always enjoys coming home to his beautiful wife and puppy in Los Angeles. Regardless of the type of project, his goal as Director of Photography is to create images that will not only tell the story, but that will affect the viewer on a subliminal level.
A little bit more about Daniel….
He is Taiwanese, grew up in Asuncion, Paraguay, came to the United States for college and have lived here ever since
He is fluent in English, Spanish, Taiwanese, and Mandarin Chinese
He loves photography and travel
He has two Bachelors’ degrees (pre-med: biology and film) and a Masters degree in Entertainment Business
Daniel's wife, Bethany, edits the photos and acts as second shooter when necessary. Although not the master mind behind many of Daniel's accomplishments, she has loved supporting and assisting him when possible along the way.
Bethany is also a copy writer and graphic designer. When it comes to creative outlets, she is always open and passionate to developing her skills.
A little bit more about Bethany....
- She was born in Arizona, lived in Belgium from age 5mo. to 10yrs., moved to South Africa for the next 8 years, returned to the US for college and have lived here ever since
- She is speaks English, Afrikaans, and is currently learning Mandarin Chinese
- She loves traveling, spending time with friends and family, and meeting new people
- She has a degree in Music Therapy and was a practicing Music Therapist before falling into her new role as writer, photo editor, and graphic designer