Daniel Mooney is an editor and filmmaker whose credits includes feature films, series, and commercials for leading brands. His work has appeared theatrically and on streaming platforms such as Hulu, Starz, and HBO. Among his credits are several films for director Errol Morris, including Standard Operating Procedure, The Fog of War, and The True Strangeness of the Universe. He recently edited Blowing Money Fast, a new series for Starz. His other credits include the features Oil War (Impact), The Torch (IFC), Birth of a Movement (Independent Lens), and the forthcoming Puppy People (Hulu). He has also edited Sex Diaries (HBO/Vox Media), Generation Hustle (HBO Max/Jigsaw), Confessions of the Boston Strangler (ID Films), and Whitey Bulger: Making of a Monster (ID Films). He has edited commercial work for clients such as Bose, NFL, Citibank, the New England Patriots, United Airlines, ESPN, and Quaker Oats.
Daniel has taught motion picture editing for narrative fiction and documentaries at Brandeis University, Massachusetts College of Art, and Emerson College, and he has been a teaching fellow at Harvard University.
His directing credits include two short documentaries, Preparations for the Forest, a portrait of wildlife artist David Footer, and Love Songs for America, a portrait of the Johnson Hall Museum. He is also directing A Snail on the Slope, a documentary feature-in-progress on Geoengineering.