Daniel Carberry (born March 6, 1990) is an award-winning American filmmaker and director with numerous music videos, short films, and branded content credits under his belt. Carberry has worked with various artists across all genre spectrums including Usher, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Justin Bieber, Bruno Mars, Jon Bellion, R3HAB, CAM, Thrice, Rise Against, Ally Brooke of Fifth Harmony, Kaskade, Deadmau5, Yuna, Conor Maynard, Skylar Grey, Rachel Crow, kirstin, Betty Who, Albin Lee Meldau, Topic, and Total Ape. He has also created branded content for Johnny Was, Spotify, and Netflix. During the entire year of 2011, Carberry toured with Thirty Seconds to Mars, receiving an MTV VMA nomination in cinematography and editing for their music video “Hurricane”(2010). In 2012, Carberry’s short film, “Sandbox” circulated among notable short film festivals including Palm Springs International Short Fest, Hollyshorts Film Festival, and was the winner of the Extremely Shorts Film Festival. His work has been described as deeply evocative, ranging from feel-good to heart-wrenching. Daniel Carberry is based in Los Angeles and is represented for music videos as a director by Tommy Labuda in the U.S. and Alexa Haywood in the U.K.