Daniel AbramoviciAn innovative disruptor and immersive technologist, Daniel is a lead authority on stereoscopic 3D and immersive cinematography in the feature film and extended realities industries.
At 21st Century Fox Studios Daniel directed the use of creative stereography for multiple films in the Ice Age franchise, Rio, The Peanuts Movie. Over the past decade he developed
and led teams in pioneering groundbreaking 3D experiences ranging from feature films to location-based entertainment installations. He conceived of and led a team of artists developing
4D rides used in venues throughout the world to extend the Ice Age super brand franchise. His contributions have been seen by millions worldwide.
Most recently Daniel was integral in conceiving a virtual production pipeline for the Walt Disney Company while also prototyping virtual reality applications, upon completing his
work on Walt Disney’s Spies in Disguise film featuring Will Smith. Throughout his career as an innovator he was awarded multiple patents for workflows and tools he developed while working on a wide range of films.
Daniel has been a key presenter at notable conferences such as SIGGRAPH, FMX in Germany and the Annecy International Animated Film Festival in France imparting his expertise and knowledge.
Teaching the next generation of artists Daniel has simultaneously been an adjunct Professor at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He has also given workshops on Stereoscopic 360 film making and storytelling.
Previously he also served as a supervising compositor and visual effects artist on major films working directly with luminaries such as Charlie Kaufman & Jim Jarmusch.
Daniel is also a prolific painter and illustrator with a distinct aesthetic style exhibiting his work in New York, Los Angeles, Austin and Toronto.
Keeping his finger on the pulse of all upcoming technological and creative trends in all forms of design, immersive and extended realities,
Daniel continues to create authentic ways of enriching the human experience. Most recently he decided to leave Disney and co-founded Kuva Creative Company.