Daniel Wade has a background in documentary film; drawing on his own experience of growing up in Israel and serving in the army, Daniel developed the pedagogic structure of Beyond Violence. Daniel began his career in photography at a young age having his first exhibition at 12 years old. He has taught documentary film, written film scripts, acted as a consultant and worked as a cameraman.
He and his partner Eti Wade challenged traditional art form and middle class family myth in their live installation the 2.4 project; the public were invited daily into their home to view the Wade family as art. Daniel is a marathon runner supporting projects for disabled people, specifically with learning difficulty and depressed young men. Daniel lives in London with Eti, their three boys and canine daughter Olive.