Daniel Horowitz was born in New York and attended Syracuse University and Baruch College, where he received a degree in Art History. While still in school, Daniel was introduced to the world of set design and began applying his love of midcentury interiors, as well as classical artistic themes, flea markets, 1970s films, and New York’s cityscapes to tableaux for the likes of Saint Laurent, Puma, NYDJ, UGG, Louis Vuitton and Calvin Klein — just a few of the brands he’s collaborated with on advertising campaigns.
He also loves a great editorial and has created distinctive sets for Vanity Fair, I-D, Harper’s Bazaar, British Vogue, Glamour, InStyle and Interview, amongst others.
Commercial clients include: Bergdorf Goodman, Mango, Goop, Outdoor Voices, Tod's, Netflix, Tacori, White House Black Market, Mr Porter.
He’s worked with such photographers as Quill Lemons, Ben Hassett, Pamela Hanson, Beau Grealy, Danielle Levitt, Diego Uchitel, and Philip-Lorca diCorcia.
Clients seek Daniel out for his keen eye for interiors, impeccable sourcing expertise, and immersive and unique setups.
Daniel is currently based in New York and Los Angeles.