Daniel Master is a Philadelphia born filmmaker living in Los Angeles, California. A graduate of Temple University's prestigious School of Communications Film and Media Art Program, Daniel spent five years in his native Philadelphia writing, collaborating, and directing numerous short films and being an in demand consultant to filmmakers. Seeking greater challenges and larger exposure, Daniel relocated to Los Angeles and immediately developed the distinction as a hard working collaborator and successful Production Coordinator on multiple award winning reality shows such as Little People Big World, Ruby, and Push Girls. For over a decade, his collaborative efforts with filmmakers have made him a valuable asset to any project. His approach to directing is heavily team based; often noting that the project belongs to all who work hard to create it. Daniel Master currently is Director of Production for Gay Rosenthal Productions and resides in Burbank with his wife Jamie.
Little People, Big World
Television by Gay Rosenthal Productions Production Coordinator This series follow the adventures and exploits of the Roloff Family as they run their family farm in Oregon as well as travel the world. The parents and one of their three children are little people.
Interrogation: A Scifi Webseries
Television (Sci-Fi) Director In the near future, a totalitarian government rules in a perpetual police state. But, a rebellion is brewing and, for one rebel team, the most powerful weapon is the information obtained from their unorthodox interrogations.
Television (Reality-TV) Production Coordinator Following the lives of four disabled women in Los Angeles, California.
Little People, Big World: Wedding Farm
Television (Documentary, Family and Reality-TV) Production Coordinator
Hot in Cleveland
Television by Suzanne Martin (Comedy) Production Coordinator Three 40-something best friends from Los Angeles are flying to Paris when their plane makes an emergency landing in Cleveland. Realizing that all the norms from Los Angeles don't apply anymore, they decide to celebrate a city that values real women and stay where they're still considered hot.
Why Not? With Shania Twain
Television (Documentary) Production Coordinator 'Why Not? with Shania Twain' intimately documents the amazing journey of the music superstar who, by the age of 21, had survived a childhood of poverty and the loss of both her parents' in a devastating accident. She went on to become the best-selling female artist in country music history. Then at the height of superstardom, Twain was blindsided by a double-betrayal shattering her 14-year marriage. Now she opens up about her life-altering heartbreak and how she's moving on. Viewers will follow Twain as she begins her climb back to the top through a personal journey filled with risk, revelations and unexpected adventures. Written by Anonymous
Television (Documentary, Music and Reality-TV) Production Coordinator For the first time on television, Judds fans and OWN viewers enter the private and public lives of country music icons, Naomi and Wynonna Judd, on the new docu-series 'The Judds.' Six episodes follow the award winning mother/daughter duo as they hit the road for their first and final concert tour in 10 years. Cameras capture their emotional journey as they work to heal their relationship, reconnect with their fans and share the spotlight once again. Written by Anonymous
Comedy Central's Hot List
TV Movie by Gabriel Rotello (Comedy) Production Coordinator
TV Land: Myths and Legends
Television (Documentary) Production Assistant
Temple University (Philadelphia, PA)