© 2015 by Daniel Berk, Music for Visual Media

Daniel Berk is a composer for film, television, commercials, trailers, video games, web and all other media. He began his musical career at the age of 12, when he taught himself to play the piano. Shortly after, he began playing jazz trombone while at the same time having a strong interest in the drums. From there, Daniel was trained to play the drums, and on the side taught himself to play the bass and guitar. Upon graduating from high school, he started to play the drums in various bands, playing at venues such as The Key Club, The Roxy, The Whiskey a Go-Go, and the The House of Blues.


While attending Musicians Institute in Hollywood for music business, artist development, production, and composition, Daniel realized his ultimate dream of becoming a film composer. Soon after, he honed in on his skills and started to compose for various short films, indie films, and student films. In the years following, Daniel trained under veteran film composer Andrew Gross. Since then, he has earned more than 75 credits working on indie films, feature films, short films, television shows, movie trailers, commercials, web series, apps, and jingles.


Daniel currently works out of his home studio in Los Angeles, California.

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