Daniel Clancy is an accomplished production designer, proudly affiliated with the Art Directors Guild Local 800, as well as a dedicated member of IATSE Locals 44 and 476. His canvas spans the vast spectrum of the film industry, encompassing everything from major studio blockbusters to independent gems, network and streaming television productions, and even the world of commercials. With an adept touch and an unyielding commitment to his craft, Daniel brings a unique creative flair to every project he undertakes.

Daniel has had the privilege of collaborating with some of the industry's most revered talents, including luminaries such as Gus Van Sant, Ron Howard, John Krasinski, Gabrielle Mucchino, Ewan McGregor, Peyton Reed, Chris Columbus, and Sam Mendes, along with the visionary Tim Burton. Among his extensive filmography, notable credits include contributions to films like "Promised Land," "American Pastoral," "Fathers and Daughters," "Big Fish," "Tropic Thunder," "The Break-Up," and "Road to Perdition." In the realm of television, Daniel's expertise shines through in his work on Showtime's "61st Street," 20th Century Fox Studios' "NEXT," and his latest project, Paramount Studios/Showtime's "Waco: Aftermath."

What sets Daniel apart is his multifaceted background as both a visual artist and a skilled set decorator. This dual perspective has honed his keen sense of composition, an adept mastery of color palettes, and an unwavering commitment to the intricate layering of sets that consistently define his work. Passion courses through every facet of his profession, and Daniel Clancy is a true connoisseur of all elements of design. He respects and collaborates seamlessly with the many crafts that contribute to the magic of filmmaking, from set decoration and lighting to costume, props construction, and camera work.

To him, filmmaking is an exquisite and harmonious collaborative experience.

Daniel Clancy is represented by Innovative Artists, headquartered at:

1505 10th Street , Santa Monica, CA 90401