Danny Draven is an American born filmmaker of Irish-Jewish decent. He is an award-winning writer, director and producer of primarily genre films & TV. After receiving his film degree from Emerson College, he moved to Hollywood and worked his way up through the ranks until he began producing and directing sci-fi/horror films for independent genre studio Full Moon Pictures (Puppet Master Series, Trancers) where he cut his teeth before starting his own production company, Lukan Pictures. He has edited over 80 feature films, including films for Lionsgate, NBC Universal's Chiller TV and the SyFy Channel. He has worked with and been mentored by Hollywood veterans such as Master of Horror Stuart Gordon (Re-Animator) and legendary cinematographer Mac Ahlberg (Beverly Hills Cop 3, House), and executive producer Mark Ordesky (Lord of the Rings Trilogy). He is also the author of three published books on genre filmmaking (The Filmmaker's Book of the Dead, Genre Filmmaking & Talk You To Death), a sought-after film lecturer, (NAB Show, StoryExpo, etc.) a long-time member of the Producers Guild of America (Producer's Council), a martial artist, and a dog aficionado. His recent film called "Patient Seven" stars genre icon Michael Ironside (Total Recall, Scanners) and was a popular top 15 horror film on iTunes and has been praised by numerous critics, one calling it: "One of the greatest anthologies of the last decade." Draven continues to work on new film, TV and book projects full-time.