Jewish Homegrown History installation and Interacting with Autism website

As a USC graduate student in production and a talented editor from Brazil, Daniel made major contributions to both projects. On Jewish Homegrown History he shot, edited and directed four of the ten mini-narratives featured in the installation. On the Interacting with Autism website, he also shot and edited more movies on the project than anyone else and contributed to all three sections—Understanding, Treating and Living with Autism. He is now working on his Ph.D. at UCSB.

“Family Secrets: Evading Historical Trauma”

“Still from DIR®/Floortime: Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship-based Therapy on the Interacting with Autism website”