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Daniela Velickovic is an Australian fashion and arts photographer and director. Currently based in Melbourne, Australia.

Her work has been published in publications including the New York Times, Australian Vogue, The Guardian and The Age. 

Daniela has exhibited as part of group exhibitions including Melbourne Now at the National Gallery of Victoria  and CCP.

Following her exhibition at NGV Melbourne Now, Daniela worked as senior Director and Producer at the NGV for 7 years where she created short and long form documentary exhibition content, commercial TVCs and media interviews. Daniela directed a TVC for Christian Dior Paris, featuring catwalk model Fernanda Ly in celebration of the seventieth anniversary of the House of Dior, one of the world’s most prestigious couture houses. 

Previously, Daniela directed and produced the Van Gogh exhibition film for Van Gogh and the Seasons, narrated by David Stratton (A Cinematic Life, At the Movies) and David Wenham (Top of the Lake, Lion). 

Daniela wrote and developed documentaries for the NGV following Cai Guo-Qiang designing site-specific large-scale installations, allegorical and sculptural, in the lead up to his National Gallery of Victoria’s museum exhibition. 

Daniela Co-Produced a feature length documentary with Director Tess Hutson, which has received development funding from Film Victoria which is currently in production. 

Daniela has directed music videos for bands including Total Control (Flesh War), Jessica Says (World Without Men), Super Wild Horses (Golden Town) and Eddy Current Supression Ring (Which Way To Go and Get Up Morning), produced an ARIA nominated music video for Sarah Blasko (Bird On A Wire) and directed a video artwork for the Sydney Opera House 2ManyDJs and Changes performance, during the 2011 Vivid Festival. 

Daniela joined Princess Pictures in 2008, one of Australia’s pre-eminent production companies which created Chris Lilley’s BBC/HBO/ABC series Angry Boys, following the hugely successful screening of Summer Heights High. She has worked on projects including Summer Heights High as a Producer’s Assistant, The Ball as Associate Producer, a documentary which celebrates the coming of age of four special needs students as they prepare for their debutante ball, and as Associate Producer on the comedy series It’s A Date featuring an extraordinary mix of Australia’s most respected performers including Kate Ritchie, Sybilla Budd, Shane Jacobson and Nadine Garner alongside emerging comedy talent. It’s A Date, is an eight-part narrative comedy series that explores the tension and expectation and complication of finding true love. Daniela has also worked on landmark series from satirist John Clarke Sporting Nation and Jonn Safran’s look at cross-cultural love, Race Relations.

Daniela also worked as a radio presenter and producer at Melbourne’s much-loved Triple R.

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Master of Screenwriting, VCA and University of Melbourne

Awarded Fine Art Scholarship, VCA and University of Melbourne


BFA Honors, RMIT

    Selected Commissions & Clients

    Thanks to an intense and prolific production, our team achieved a great deal of experience in a very short time. We work everyday on international projects of merit for brands and companies, in collaboration with brilliant agencies including

    ABC TV
    Ai Wei Wei 
    Brendan Huntley
    Bill Henson
    Cai Guo Qiang
    Cookie Bar & Restaurant  
    Chris Lilley
    Dave Lawson
    David Hockney
    David Jones
    David Stratton
    David Wenham
    Doing Bird Magazine
    Elizabeth Olsen
    Françoise Gilot
    Fernanda Ly
    Guardian Newspaper 
    Hokusai Museum 
    Jean Paul Gaultier
    Jemma Burns
    John Clarke
    John Safran

    Mikey Young  
    Mecca Cosmetica
    Nicole Kidman  
    National Gallery of Victoria 
    New York Times
    Peter Shire 
    Richard Mosse 
    Ron Mueck
    Rooftop Cinema
    Stephen Jones
    Sonic Youth
    Total Control 
    Van Gogh Museum
    Viktor & Rolf
    Vogue Australia 

    Using Format