He studied Graphics and Engraving at the Art Institute of Ascoli Piceno, later obtaining a diploma from the International School of Comics in Rome.
Daniele Camaioni’s work is present in Italy and abroad in public and private spaces, among which we remember: The Galerie De Meerse in Amsterdam, the MauMau Underground in Barcelona, the Chair And The Maiden Gallery and the Limner Gallery in New York, the Bel Art Gallery in Milan, the Italian Cultural Institute in Bratislava, the Castello Ducale in Ceglie Massapica, the Palazzo Firenze in Rome, the Teatro Primo Studio in Milan, the Slovak Embassy in Rome, the Spazio Elika in Milan, the Mole Vanvitelliana in Ancona, the Archaeological Museum in Potenza, the Merloni Foundation in Ancona.
Presented at the Monza Biennale Giovani in 2005 and featured in the Giugiaro Architettura Annual, in 2009 his work illustrated the reprint of the famous “The Mystery of the Green Ray” (1915) by William Le Queux, the writer who inspired the author of James Bond.
Finalist of the Premio Internazionale Arte Ingenua of Brescia, the Premio Internazionale ArteLaguna of Mogliano Veneto and the Premio Celeste at the Magazzini del Sale of Siena, Daniele Camaioni works today between Ascoli Piceno and Rome as Artist, Designer, Cinematographic Editor and VFX.
Among the films in which he takes part are “Il Sole dei Cattivi“, “Figli di Maam” directed by Paolo Consorti and “Anime Borboniche” directed by Paolo Consorti and Guido Morra. He works in TV on the video sets of “X-Factor Italia” and “Domenica In” in collaboration with Paolo Consorti.
The film “Fade Out” directed by Mirko Virgili, and the film “Il Delitto Mattarella” directed by Aurelio Grimaldi.