Danielle Hope Diamond is a screenwriter, director, Brand Strategist, and Bestselling Author. Danielle holds a B.S. Film & Television from Boston University with a concentration in Psychology. She has also studied cello, vocal performance, and acting at The Juilliard School, Mannes School of Music, and Stella Adler Conservatory.
While studying Film at Boston University, Danielle accidentally got a full-time job at as a marketer at one of America’s fastest growing tech companies, Drift.
An actor and screenwriter by trade, she has since dedicated her career to the study of human behavior and its applications in storytelling, media, marketing, and productivity.
Today, Danielle runs the agency, Epiq Media, where she combines her love of storytelling with digital marketing strategy. An experienced Creative Director, she’s written, produced, directed, and edited dozens of Commercials for companies like Adidas, User Interviews, bareMinerals, Bandier, Moet & Chandon, Rosetta Stone, Notarize, Bumble, Zenni Optical, Timo Weiland, and more.
When she’s not working with brands, Danielle is a lead writer for top Broadway and Hollywood producers. Works in development:
- Cosette, the musical sequel to Les Misérables, where Danielle is the Lead Co-Writer with dramaturge Philip LaZebnik and Tony-Award Winning Producer Willette Klausner.
- Church of Infinity, a feature film Written and Directed by Danielle Hope Diamond and Topher Maslanka.
Her personal narrative work has been featured in over 30 film festivals and screenings across the globe, including multiple awards for Best Screenplay at various festivals including the International Open Film Festival, Sose International Film Festival, and Phoenix Melbourne Film Festival.
I love creating things and connecting with people.
A lifelong student of acting, philosophy, and psychology, I believe that a well-constructed story has to power to change hearts and minds.
Forever a theatre & music nerd and filmmaker at heart, I try to bring creativity, passion, and human connection into everything I do.