Daniel Hubp is a four-time nominated, two-time Emmy Award-winning Director, Editor & Production Designer.


In 2014, Dan returned to the quick turn-around world of music video production by co-directing, shooting story segments and editing Winger's critically acclaimed Tin Soldier. He also co-directed and edited the band's videos for Better Days Comin' and Queen Babylon, and edited the highly successful Rat Race and Midnight Driver of a Love Machine.


Dan’s 2011 narrative short FBH (Fear Breeds Hate), which he wrote, directed and edited premiered at the 2012 Directors Lounge in Berlin. His 2006 short film Not This War was an Official Selection of Slamdance’s Anarchy competition - and in 2004, Dan co-wrote, camera-directed and edited The Great Lie. His documentary Me, Jane was awarded Best Educational Documentary at the 2000 NYIIFF - and Dan’s 1998 short film Y2K was nominated for Best New Director at the 2003 IFTC and showcased on KQED’s Independent View.


Dan’s directing credits also include music videos for Atlantic, Chrysalis UK, and Domo Records; a slate of top-flight training DVDs for a number of renowned martial artists and members of the US Olympic Swimming team; as well as, a series of promotional videos for the Olympic Council of Asia.


In 2013, Dan completed a re-staging of the San Francisco Symphony's critically acclaimed production of The John Cage Songbooks for New World Symphony in Miami. The SF production toured the country and made its final appearance at Carnegie Hall. His other designs for the Symphony include the set for John Adam’s El Nino and the 2003 stage design for the Symphony’s The Flying Dutchman, which garnered “top ten” honors from both the San Francisco Chronicle and the New York Times.


Dan's other credits include designs for Mega and the ground breaking MTV’s Museum of UnNatural History, The Surreal Field at Woodstock '94, the Nintendo and Sega World Championships, and Disney’s Epcot Center.


Since 2003, Dan has also worked as a Television Consultant for all the IOC sanctioned games of the Olympic Council of Asia. In this capacity, he performs audits and consults closely with the leadership of the Organizing Committee, the Broadcast & Media Department and the Host Broadcaster to produce a successful television broadcast. HBs he’s worked with, include: ESPN/Star Sports, KBS/MBC, CCTV, KPA, GAB, IGBS, DAGBS and VTV.


Little known fact:

In numbers of Sports, Athletes and Competition Venues, the Asian Games is actually larger in scale than the Olympics.


As a freelance production designer in New York, Dan designed sets more than eighty commercials, music videos & television shows. His work for NJN's State of the Arts garnered two Emmy Awards (out of three nominations), for “opening title sequence” and “production design” in 1994. The NBC weekly NBA Inside Stuff earned him another Emmy Award nomination for production design in 1998. The infamous, and much parodied, music video Baby Got Back earned Dan an Mtv Art Direction Award nomination in 1992.


Dan’s design for NFL Films Under the Helmet broadcast Saturday mornings on Fox. Working as production designer, director and editor, he also created the look and attitude of WMAC Masters, a live action martial arts show on Fox. Other designs include NBC's In Sport, Nickelodeon's Adventures of Pete and Pete and Accidentally on Purpose, and Lifetime's The Jane Pratt Show.


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