Daniel Koehler strives to raise awareness of socially significant issues through compelling characters and dynamic storytelling. He began his career directing, shooting, and editing the award-winning short documentary, THE TOBACCO KING, which follows white Zimbabwean farmer George Botha’s efforts to cultivate a new life in Zambia after losing his home in Zimbabwe. The film played in film festivals across the United States, including RiverRun and Starz Denver. His latest film, WIN OR LOSE, which follows a photographer and his campaign against a discriminatory amendment to the North Carolina Constitution, is running the festival circuit this year. Daniel is currently working with Marshall Curry in Brooklyn, New York.