Daniel Weitzman’s children’s stories (Whooosh, Stoneface) have been featured in anthologies and online forums. A middle grade novel, The 27 Unadventures of Oliver Ordinary, lives in the digital universe (trailer available on YouTube). Daniel’s film and TV credits for children’s material include The Pirates of Central Park (Children’s Film Winner, New York International Independent Film & Video Festival), Schoolhouse Rock/The Next Generation and Row Your Boat Ashore (Nicholl Fellowships Finalist). Daniel has worked with various entertainment companies, creating film scripts, TV treatments, music video narratives, virtual reality presentations, and numerous digital initiatives. He was a senior producer and writer at AOL and has worked extensively as both creative director and writer at various advertising agencies, where he crafted a number of award-winning ad campaigns. Daniel lives in New York City with his wife, and has co-authored 2 children, whom he frequently turns to for inspiration. They consider him pretty darn odd, and anything but a god.
Coauthored by: David Slavin