Daniel was born 1983 in Münster/Germany and lived there until the age of seven when he moved to La Paz/Bolivia with his family for four years, where he gained a lot of formative impressions.

Initiated by a study group back in Germany he began to program websites, which rapidly lead to layout and design. Besides an internship in a web design agency he could eventually apply his experience that he gained to that point on first commercial commissions.

By choosing art as a main subject in highschool he could devote even more time to his passion. With a fictional spot advertisement for his art lessons Daniel first came into contact with motion pictures. During that period he also produced a couple of skate videos in his spare time.

After graduating in 2004 Daniel continued his path in the City of Dortmund where he began to study graphic design at University of Applied Sciences in 2005. Initially being interested in digital painting and illustration soon his attention was focused on motion design after seeing a presentation by head of Swiss television Patrick Arnecke.
Till the end of his studies he explored the field of motion design furthermore and finished University in 2011 with a Diploma. Therefor he produced two short animated movies -> “The Origin Of Sayings”.

Since 2008 Daniel worked part-time as a Graphic Designer and since 2011 fulltime as an independent Art Director and Motion Designer and serves end customers as well as agencies and studios in Germany and abroad.

His weapons of choice are the Creative Suite and Maxon Cinema 4D. He also likes to film and take pictures and never gets tired to try somthing new.

Available for freelance, collaboration & fulltime, inhouse & remote
   Daniel Ossio
   Dipl. Kommunikationsdesigner

Gereonswall 91 | 50670 Cologne | Germany

   +49 177 41 33 218

German, English, Spanish

After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash, Cinema 4D, Premiere, Homesite, Dreamweaver, CSS Edit

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Adidas | Apano Cup | Bayer | BMW | Brillux | BVB | Cornelsen | Covestro | C&A | Diesel | Deichmann | Esprit | Evonik | FH Dortmund | Garnier | HD Schrader | Henkel | Hyundai | Kasalla | Mercedes | Movie Park Germany | Nivea | Preis24 | Payback | Porsche | PWT | Smart | Taft | Telekom | Tennis Ticker | VfL Wolfsburg | Vodafone | Volkswagen | WDR
A.M. Projekraum | Argonauten G2 | Backyard Pilots | bluelemon Interactive | Congaz | DF Deine Freunde | Facts And Fiction | Grosse8 | Hochglanzfilm | Leotainment | MediaPictureGroup | MetaDesign | nhb | OMStudios | Parasol Island | SapientRazorfish | Standpunkt Kommunikation | Think Moto | Unicblue | Uniplan | WeFadeToGrey | Wilkenwerk | Zwonull 

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Daniel Ossio
Gereonswall 91
50670 Köln


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E-Mail: contact@danielossio.com
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