Daniel Kelly Brown is a Cinematographer and Artist based out of Colorado. He has spent the last decade honing his craft and creating compelling imagery for a huge range of clients as well as producing his own projects. While Danny has achieved commercial success with his work, his personal projects continue to drive him and progress his art. His viral films have been screened and won awards at film festivals around the world. He is part cinematographer, part ninja. Honing in on efficiency of movement during life, and during video shoots, he practices and practices and practices to ensure you, as the client, gets the perfect shot, every time. He is also a true dork when it comes to camera gear and spends countless hours researching, learning, and assembling gear to ensure what he is shooting on is on the bleeding edge of technology and quality. He shoots extremely high resolution video primary on his Red Dragon and Time Lapse on complex 3 axis motion controlled camera robots. His innovative motion control time-lapse photography and super high definition video work helps us rediscover nature and humanity, by shifting time in dramatic and beautiful ways, that forever alter the viewers perspective, and allows us to experience the impossible.
Why do you like working with TPW
The Public Works is one of my favorite companies to work with. Variety is the spice of life and TPW provides just that. But the amazing jobs alone would be nothing if it was not for the amazing people that comprise the TPW crew. The highly skilled, friendly, and amazingly creative people I get to collaborate with is hands down my favorite part about working with TPW.
Favorite project with TPW
Thats a tough one because I have so very much loved every TPW shoot I have been on! The Airstream shoot was really amazing and unique and sticks out in my mind as one of the most fun. I love to see things being built, really observe, and document how each process behind a given product is being constructed and assembled. To see the airstream come together from start to finish was truly phenomenal.