Daniell Flood


Daniell is a political art activist who has worked in the theatre and film industry since the late 1980s.

He joined Snuff Puppets in 1992 and has since served as a board member, puppeteer, and digital producer, overseeing the company’s social media channels.

Daniell has received numerous accolades for his activism, including the Access News, Channel 31 ‘Activism in Arts’ award for his decade-long Global Justice graffiti campaign in 2000 and the ‘Community Super Hero Award’ from the Maribyrnong Truck Action Group in 2020.

Daniell has also exhibited his multi-media art installations at  Footscray’s Big West Festival, Melbourne’s Centre for Contemporary Photography, and Victoria’s State Film Centre.

Millions of people have seen Daniell’s puppetry, with tour highlights including sold-out performances at New York’s Madison Sq Garden and London’s O2 Arena with the Creature Technology Company and the BBC, as well as a one-year residency in Beijing performing with Dreamworks in 2014.

In addition to his work with Snuff Puppets, Daniell has also puppeteered with Melbourne’s Sanctum Theatre, A Blanck Canvas, Balooga, Polyglot Theatre, and Amsterdam’s Theatre of Hell.