Daniel Lammin is a graduate of Directing at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), and the Bachelor of Performing Arts at Monash University. In 2011, he was a recipient of the Besen Family Artist Program from the Malthouse Theatre. Daniel recently collaborated with Monash Uni Student Theatre (MUST) to create Columbine, a complex verbatim theatre piece on the 1999 massacre, and during the 2011 Short & Sweet Festival received awards for Best Production and Best Director for his piece Enter Certain Outlaws on the murder of James Bulger. His other directing credits include Pygmalion (5pounds of Repertory Theatre), Howl (NIDA/Theatre Works), Third Reich Mommie (Christopher Bryant), The Two Gentleman of Verona (Doorslam Productions) and The Laramie Project (MUST). He was also Assistant Director on The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later (Red Stitch) and On the Misconception of Oedipus (Malthouse Theatre). His work as a playwright has been presented at La Mama and as part of the Misdumma Festival, with his most recent play The Cutting Boys presented at La Mama in 2014.