Daniel Efram is a versatile NYC-based photographer, journalist, producer, curator, and art publisher, known for a project-based career.
Efram has a strong background in film and TV production, having served as Executive Producer and Producer for "The Elephant 6 Recording Co." (2023) and "Call It Democracy" (2006).
Capturing moments across Greece, Mexico, Spain, Portugal, France, Cuba, Turkey, and the U.S., Efram's photography excels in photojournalism, documentary work, and portraiture. His work has found a home in distinguished publications like The New York Times, Sydney Morning Herald, USA Today, Pitchfork, and more.
He's also taken on roles as Music Supervisor and Producer for projects like "Innovators in Music," "Beautiful Noise," and "Solos: The Jazz Sessions" (2009, 18 episodes). Additionally, he's also acted as Music Supervisor for "Snapped" (1998) and "Pans On Fire" (1998), two full-length feature films.
Efram's publishing endeavors include "Curiosities" (2019) and the recent highlight, "The Steve Keene Art Book" (2023), which showcases his prowess in documentary, the visual arts, photojournalism, verité, portraiture, and the abstract.
Previously, with nearly three decades in the music industry, Efram, a Grammy-project winning manager, has lent his touch to approximately 100 albums, engaging in creative development, marketing, and collaboration.
Efram's producer roles extend to national and international events, tours, and a diverse range of creative content. His dedication and persistence in nurturing artists and ideas from concept to realization is a trademark of his work.