Dan's passion for acting and the arts has led him to work in countless performances, ranging from Shakespeare to contemporary and pantomimes to sketches - with companies such as BBC, Lime Pictures and Royal Armouries.
Alongside performing, Dan works in the fight direction and action coordination world, for both stage and screen - also teaching as both a creative and an academic; working with many schools, tuition services, theatres and universities. Dan also found a passion for the technical world - providing technical services for numerous theatre shows and corporate events.
An outgoing and imaginative person, with a flair for thinking on the spot and committed to any and all challenges. Each job and differing field of work has aided Dan with furthering advanced problem solving skills, staying calm in a crisis and a great understanding and respect of deadlines and multiple professional etiquettes.
Dan choreographs theatrical and filmic violence for theatres, production companies and educational bodies around the UK; including Drama Centre London (Central Saint Martins), Met Film School (Ealing Studios) and The Marlowe Theatre (Canterbury) - having recently worked with them for their performance of Julius Caesar (in association with the RSC) and for their National Theatre Connections program.
Alongside stage combat and action sequences; Dan also focuses on fitness, partner work/connection (incl. Acrobalance), spatial awareness, physical storytelling and general performer safety and physical actor training.
Dan is a practitioner of 'Master@Arms', a guild recognised and accredited by Spotlight.