Daniell Flood


Daniell is a political art activist who has worked in theatre and film since the late 1980s. He joined Snuff Puppets in 1993 and is a board member, puppeteer and digital artist, overseeing the company’s social media channels.

In 2000, Daniell received the Access News, Channel 31, ‘Activism in Arts’ award for a decade-long Global Justice graffiti campaign. In 2020, Daniell received a ‘Community Super Hero Award’ from the Maribyrnong Truck Action Group.

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

Daniell’s puppetry performances have been seen live by millions, tour highlights include sold-out seasons at New York’s Madison Sq Garden and London’s O2 Arena with the Creature Technology Company and the BBC, and a one-year residency in Beijing performing with Dreamworks in 2014. Daniell has also puppeteered with Melbourne’s Sanctum Theatre, A Blanck Canvas, Balooga, Polyglot Theatre & Amsterdam’s Theatre of Hell.