Founded by Daniel Liss, S+7 is an interactive and emerging technologies practice focusing on physical, web, mobile and filmmaking platforms.

With an enduring and proven passion for the power of images and storytelling, the studio builds unique experiences to surprise and immerse participants. We focus on technology that tells stories, technology that creates narratives of meaning, and first and foremost, on determining just the right amount of technology to do these things.

Daniel Liss is a Creative Director, filmmaker and technologist from New York City. Before founding S+7, Daniel was Creative Director at New York based media design firm, Local Projects, where he served as lead creative on engagements for BMW Guggenheim Lab, Jacob Burns Film Center, New York Botanical Garden, Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, Panasonic, Sugar Hill Children’s Museum, the Nature Conservancy, and Google Creative Lab. He was Senior Interaction Designer for Simon Fuller’s 19 Entertainment and was Creative Director at Yoxi, a social-innovation initiative. As Director of Photography, he shot film and video around the world for National Geographic, Discovery Channel, MTV, and PBS, several small features, and did hundreds of interviews for Steven Spielberg’s Survivors for the Shoah Foundation. Daniel has spent several years exploring possibilities for story-telling inherent within new media frameworks and holds a B.A. in Cinema Studies from SUNY Binghamton and an M.P.S from NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, where he returned to teach after graduation.