Dani Prados has directed and produced film, theatre, short form content, immersive experiences and new media for over a decade in locations across the United States and Great Britain.
Originally from Washington, D.C., Dani began her career in theatrical technical direction and design, and has lit over 200 dance, theatre, aerial performance and visual gallery shows around the world. Discovering her fascination with the story and affect of a piece extended far beyond its tonal and color palettes, she expanded into directing and began experimenting with form as well as technique.
Collaborators and clients include XI.ME.NA, the band Frances Cone, the Poetry Society of America, Riverblown Productions for New York Magazine, composer Ryan Rumery, Alphatree Productions, What Works for Women, and The Casualty Process. Before elatedly slipping into the world of arts & entertainment, Dani trained as a marine biologist. She is currently based in New York City, and fish continue to haunt her work.