San Francisco-born, Daniel bounced from the Bay Area, to Louisiana, Singapore, and Thailand, before attending USC and majoring in Film Production. After graduating, Daniel worked as an actor and a screenwriter. In 2015, Daniel was accepted into Harvard Law School. Feeling it was an opportunity he couldn’t pass up, he bought his first real winter coat and boarded a plane to Boston. It was at Harvard that Daniel wrote Green v. City of New Orleans. He graduated with honors in 2018 and now works as a practicing attorney and screenwriter. Daniel looks forward to continuing to bring his two worlds together, using his degree and all that he has learned to continue his passion for telling stories. Green v. City of New Orleans was a Scriptapalooza Top 10 Finalist, an Academy Nicholl Fellowship Quarter-finalist, a PAGE Awards Semifinalist and a Tracking Board Launch Pad Finalist.