Kish Daniels is a Minnesota-based, first generation Liberian-American filmmaker and photographer focused on storytelling, connecting with unique people, and pursuing meaningful, impactful work.
Kish is the son of immigrant parents, and growing up in New York City, Monrovia, Liberia, and the Twin Cities have shaped his experiences and influenced his creative voice. Kish's other influences are Dorothea Lange, Gordon Parks, his prior life as a collegiate athlete, his love for the outdoors and his passion for social justice.
In Kish's free time he enjoys fly fishing, traveling, and spending time with his son.
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