Daniel B. Arvizu studied Photography at the Italian Photography Institute in Milan and Cinematography at the prestigious Italian National Film School: Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, under the tutoring of Giuseppe Rotunno. During those formation years and later on,  he also worked as an assistant editor and colorist. He now counts more than ten years of experience as video and film maker. 
As a photographer and video-artist, his work has been exposed in several countries across the world, including Italy, Spain, Argentina, Colombia and 
Mexico. He recieved the Premio Fundación Arenas in Barcelona in 2010 and was selected for the “Italy in the World” pavilion of the 54th Biennale di Venezia in 2011.
Co-Director, editor and cinematographer of the feature documentary " The Origins of Music " (presented at the Beefeater In-Edit Music Film Festival in Barcelona, October 2016 ). his credits as cinematographer include the documentary “Made in Chinatown” (Dir. Sergio Basso), the feature “Pepe nel Latte” (Dir. Roberto Miali) and the short movie “Niendorf: The Damaged Piano”, with Michael Nyman (Dir. Valerio Rocco Orlando).