Dan Moss started film making at the tender age of 12, making a video diary for BBC2,
and was invited to take a place at the children's film school.
Taking a break from film, He travelled with a group of artists and musicians putting
on free exhibitions and concerts around Europe and the USA. About eight years ago
he got the film bug again, came back to the UK and entered the industry. His output
has been mainly short dystopic science fiction and fantasy films.
His long running relationship with David Cecil took him out to Uganda where he shot
the short film Bye Bye Mzungu.
He is currently on pre production on his first feature film.