Daniel Whifler was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. From an early age he was immersed in the arts and sciences by his father, William A. Whifler, a mid-century modern architect whose residential designs paralleled those of Schindler, Eichler, and Wright. From drafting table to job site, Daniel Whifler followed and learned the process of design and construction, and the art of architecture.
But it was to be the art of music that Whifler first chose to pursue as a young adult. After graduating from Boston's Berklee College of Music with a degree in Traditional Composition and a emphasis on Recording Engineering, Daniel performed as a professional musician, first in the Northeast and then Southern Florida.
After a period of years working in music, Daniel Whifler returned to his roots, he moved back to California and built a career in a different kind of architecture, movie production design. Teaming up with his brother, Graeme Whifler, Daniel's entree into the film business began with art directing projects for syndicated and network TV.
Daniel has worked on shows for the likes of Drew Carey to Bill Maher, from Wes Craven to Robert Altman.
Besides working as a production designer, Daniel fills out his creative pallet with interior design and music related projects.
Education: Boston's Berklee College of Music, Traditional Composition.
Spoken Languages: English