Kenneth Daniel

Kenneth Daniel

Kenneth Daniel

  • B.A., broadcast and speech, University of South Florida, 1996
  • M.A., adult education, Central Michigan University, 2006
First year at SCAD:

"Hilderbert Eusebius Suggs, my great uncle. He raced motorcycles. He invented a device to shell peanuts and his metal shop was always closed on opening day of quail season."


Served in the United States Army for two years in the Signal Corps; honorably discharged with the rank of sergeant

Awards, recognition and honors

Recipient of the 2002 National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Silver Circle Award for 25 years of outstanding service to the television industry; six Regional Emmy Awards


American Federation of Radio and Television Artists, Screen Actors Guild National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Board of Governors, International Documentary Association

Publications and presentations

  • "The Art of Field Dressing," Georgia Outdoor News, 1997
  • "Trophy," Southern Sportsman, 1998
  • "The Lure of the Hunt," Southern Sportsman, 2001
  • "Flying Dragons," children's novel, currently submitted for publication

Previous Positions

Professor, The Art Institute of Atlanta; production manager, Metro Atlanta; executive producer/local production, Georgia Public Broadcasting; executive producer, "Georgia Digest"; producer, "The 43rd Annual Puppeteers of America"; producer/director, "Do You Want to Win?"; producer/director, "The Wally Botkin Show"; producer/director, "Georgia Forum"; producer/director, "Power Switch"; producer/director, "By Line"; director, "The Lawmakers"

Courses Taught

  • DWRI 101 Introduction to Dramatic Writing
  • FILM 105 Preproduction
  • FILM 106 Introduction to Screenwriting
  • FILM 215 Screenwriting
  • FILM 224 Survey of Film
  • FILM 337 Directing the Documentary
  • FILM 431 Film and Television Senior Project I
  • FILM 432 Film and Television Senior Project II
  • FILM 433 Film and Television Senior Project III