Daniel comes from a mixed cultural and linguistic background, his father being belgian and mother zulu. After completing the first cycle of a Law degree at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, he read Politics and History at the School of Oriental and African Studies of London University.
He began his career as a Research Assistant for both West Africa and Southeast Asia departments of the International Secretariat of Amnesty International in London. He then goes to the field of documentary and worked as Production Coordinator and Researcher for Channel 4, BBC and ARTE.
He directed two short films "Paradoxes of the Assassin" and "Africains Poids Moyens" which won the award for best film at the international Film Festival of Sithengi in Cap Town in South Africa.
He directed "Kongo: The grand illusions," the second episode of the documentary series "Kongo". He is currently developing the documentary "For the Good of the Games" with Jean François Bastin.
- Paradoxes de l’Assassin (2007)
- Africains Poids Moyens (2004)
Best film in Sithengi Festival in Cap Town, South Africa
- Kongo : The grand illusions (2010)
- For the Good of the Games