It was early in life when Jeanine Daniels figured out that she had a knack for telling stories. This was evident when she wrote and self-published her first book in the 3rd grade. In elementary school her precocious talent for writing, comedy and expressive arts were apparent and Jeanine excelled in the creative arts.
Throughout her young life, her music industry father constantly exposed her to a diverse collection of musical genres, from African drum to Zydeco, from Celtic to Riverdance, and everything in between. Her ear and love for music developed right alongside her love for writing.
After graduating from Pitzer with a B.S in Media Studies in 2008, Jeanine began working at Los Angeles based KCET, a PBS affiliate where she was Assistant to the Vice President of Program Planning and Development. While working at KCET, she met and began working with Dennis Dortch (A Good Day to be Black and Sexy) as a Production Assistant, producer and writer. She would later team up with Numa Pierre and Brian Ali to shape and provide creative energy to what eventually became Black&Sexy TV.
As she did with the season-ending finale for the first two seasons of the ‘That Guy’ web series, Jeanine capped off the “That Guy Movie” release with a free downloadable soundtrack mixtape featuring some of LA’s hottest underground artists. She will continue to focus on music and the art of storytelling through her production company, nine27 Entertainment. Want to know about this dynamic creative? Visit www.jeaninedaniels.com.
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