Born in 1971, Daniele has a degree in Industrial Design from the University della Sapienza di Roma, and his work walks the line between art and design. He was a tenured professor at the same university, and continues to offer external consulting, art direction, and graphic support. He works with companies and publishers alike, developing products that span the fields of industrial design, graphic design, visual communications, and photography. His research straddles the border of industrial and psycho-cultural mechanisms, through various experiments, he has created architectural and environmental installations that activate and change people's perceptions and actions. Sergio Lombardi invited him to participate in a collective for the Museo di Arte Contemporanea MACRO di Roma in 1998, where he presented a product, Bitnative, described as a, "low-level interface between technological and cerebral flows".