Hello, I'm Daniel Blaser
My first acclaimed writing came at just 8-years-old, and was titled Frankenstein, It's So Dumb It's Scary. Despite being an unapologetic ripoff of the classic TV show The Munsters, the series of short stories turned me into a home room celebrity. Riding on the momentum, I made the decision to run in the 2000 presidential election; it was my race to win. Support began to wane, however, when Cody Johnson also announced his candidacy. The third grade was quickly enveloped in an atmosphere of bitter partisanship that forced our teacher to encourage us to "play something else."
The takeaway, however, was clear: storytelling would eventually lead me to fame and fortune beyond anything Cody Johnson could ever imagine.
Later, after a stint of film and photography side projects under the Postmark Studios umbrella, I worked as a copywriter at Salt Lake textbook startup UCentive, which was eventually acquired by Sidewalk. Afterward, lured by adventure and the promise of world class pizza, I moved to New York to create work for Fortune 500 companies like Intel, JP Morgan, and Samsung as a copywriter at Noise.
Bachelor of Arts - English
University of Utah 2013
Utah Valley University 2010
Noise 2013 - Current
UCentive 2010 - 2013
Postmark Studios 2009 - Current