Daniel Jackson is a skilled multimedia creative specializing in videography and photography. He began his career in the world of music promotion, playing multiple positions in the field as a DJ, graphic designer, editor and producer.
Founded in 2011, Embassy: Interactive, LLC was created as a platform to promote a curated group of musical artists that were not in the spotlight of mainstream media. The creation of original content for Embassy: Interactive, LLC to aid in the promotion of featured artists garnered the awareness and demand for Daniel’s work within the industry and he began to produce exclusive content for multiple artists. Today, Embassy: Interactive, LLC is a growing brand, working with talented independent artists who are fulfilling their passions, organizations making impact in their communities, and individuals sharing their personal moments and professional accomplishments.
With a unique perspective on capturing the world around him and fueled by his own devotion to the craft, Daniel applies his signature style and technical knowledge to creating a high quality visual product that reflects the dedication and purpose of his clients.
In addition to the day-to-day of creating content, Daniel enjoys photographing cityscapes, especially of his beloved hometown of Philadelphia, PA, as well as using his camera to translate the beauty of everyday life. And because at his core music is constant motivator and driving force to his endeavors, Daniel is eternally searching for talented indie artists chasing their dreams at local venues and on the international virtual stage.
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The African American Museum in Philadelphia, AFSCME. BlackStar Film Festival, Blues Babe Foundation, Comedy By TuRae, LLC, Greater Philadelphia Film Office, Kindred The Family Soul, LISC, PepsiCo, Philadelphia Contemporary, me too. Movement, Monument Lab, Shawn Theodore, Temple University, 3 Crates Productions, The United Way of Greater Philadelphia & Southern New Jersey, The Urban League of Philadelphia, The Village of Arts and Humanities
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