Daniel B. Gold has been a Director of Photography in the New York Area for the past 25 years.
He won the Sundance Cinematography Award for his work on Blue Vinyl which he also co-directed and produced. He has shot films in over 20 countries some of which have been short listed for Oscars, nominated for Emmys, and won multiple film festival awards. His work has been seen in theaters nationwide and broadcast on HBO, A+E, Lifetime, Showtime, Cinemax, Sundance Channel, PBS, BBC, Discovery, NBC, CBS, ABC, and other venues.
Recent broadcasts in 2017/2018 and currently streaming online include DAUGHTERS OF DESTINY, a 4-part Original Netflix Documentary Series, 32 PILLS: MY SISTER’S SUICIDE, on HBO and GI JEWS on PBS. Gold is currently shooting a new feature documentary for HBO about Roy Cohn.
Gold has taught digital cinematography and visual literacy workshops at the New School, Vassar College, Sundance, and U. Of Wisconsin-Madison. He is passionate about collaborating with producers and directors to discover and create inventive ways to tell a story.