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Daniel Fickle is an American photographer, film director, and music composer. He was born on July 27, 1980, in Atlanta, Georgia. He is best known for his work in the music video industry, having directed videos for artists such as Lil Wayne, T.I., and Young Jeezy. He has also directed several short films, including the award-winning short film "The Last Day of Summer". Fickle began his career as a photographer, shooting for magazines such as Vibe, XXL, and The Source. He then moved into directing music videos, and has since directed videos for some of the biggest names in hip-hop. He has also directed several short films, including the award-winning short film "The Last Day of Summer". Fickle is currently based in Los Angeles, California. He is married and has two children. He is also an avid surfer and enjoys traveling.
|Popular As||Daniel McClellan Fickle Jr.|
|Occupation||Photographer, Film director, music composer|
|Age||43 years old|
|Born||27 July 1980|
|Birthplace||Atlanta, Georgia, United States|
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Who Is Daniel Fickle's Wife?
His wife is Anna Fickle
|Children||Lilith Fickle, Ava Fickle|
Daniel Fickle Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2023||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2023||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2022||Pending|
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|Source of Income||Photographer|
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In 2016, Fickle became the new Senior Video Art Director for Nordstrom at their Seattle headquarters.
Prior to film making Daniel focused on music, particularly song-writing. His affinity for the latter placed him in prominent groups including the Atlanta-based band, Portrait and the New York City based band, The Station Myth. In 2015, The Station Myth regrouped under a new name, DANIELS, featuring all four original members for the first time in almost a decade. The name change was a fresh start for the band, and a nod to the fact that all four members of the band just happened to be named Daniel by birth, a wholly unintentional factor when grouping but one they always found spectacular. The resulting May 2015 studio album End Then Repeat is a brooding foray into electronic and shoegaze territory, carried by the hypnotic vocals of singer Daniel Ryan, who works in hypnosis therapy by trade, specializing in past life regression. In addition to playing in bands, Fickle has composed music for award-winning films and commercials. Daniel plays several instruments including guitar, bass, piano, drums, mandolin and ukulele.
Fickle's directorial debut was a music video for Weinland's, I'm Sure it Helps. He then directed another music video, The Portland Cello Project's Denmark which was televised in France and featured on Vimeo, Motionographer, and Daily Motion. “Denmark” was officially selected in numerous film festivals, such as SXSW, receiving Best Film festival wins. In March 2011, the Foo Fighters chose Daniel for their "This Video Sucks" promotional campaign to direct a video for I Should Have Known, a single from their album Wasting Light. The video premiered on the Fuse TV network for a Wasting Light promo special hosted by Dave Grohl. GQ Rules, a men's fashion tip series directed by Daniel Fickle, was nominated as an Official Honoree for Best Web Personality/Host (hosts: Michael Hainey and Jim Moore of GQ Magazine) for the 2012 16th Annual Webby Awards. In 2012 Daniel directed Alialujah Choir's narrative music video A House, A Home. The film went on to win eighteen accolades including Best Short Film at the United Kingdom Film Festival and New Jersey Film Festival.
In 2007, Daniel Fickle founded Two Penguins Productions. Two Penguins is headquartered in Portland, Oregon. Some of their clients have included GQ Magazine, The New York Times, J. Crew, KEEN footwear, Nike, BlackBook Magazine, Gilt Groupe, Microsoft, Stoli Vodka and Time magazine. The multi-media production company produces music videos, commercials (both web and broadcast), narrative films and documentaries.
Fickle grew up in and around the Decatur/Atlanta areas of Georgia, displaying and early interest in photography and music amidst the burgeoning 1990s Atlanta hardcore & hip hop scenes. By 2001 he was living in New York City, attending the NY Film Academy, where he first became a Teacher's Assistant and eventually an Instructor, all while working freelance across the city as either an Assistant Camera, Director of Photography of Music Composer for various film projects. After film school, Daniel took his skillset across the country to California, where he started Two Penguins Productions.
Daniel Fickle (born July 27, 1980 in Atlanta, Georgia) is a film director, photographer, cinematographer, and music composer the founder of Two Penguins Productions.