Daniel Ennett is a filmmaker, artist, and advocate from Amiskwacîwâskahikan (ᐊᒥᐢᑿᒌᐚᐢᑲᐦᐃᑲᐣ, so-called Edmonton). Daniel hosted three seasons of the web-series 'Invincible' and the short film 'Beneath the Surface.' Both projects followed his adventures as an above elbow/knee quadruple amputee where he tried various adaptive sports like skiing, skydiving, and scuba diving with sharks. He worked as an artist/producer on a 35mm minute-long art film, Form and Function. Working with Open Sky Pictures and Catapult Pictures, created a series of pitches while he finished his honours degree in psychology. Daniel has an art film, “Flesh Ballet” in development: a visual commentary on ableism. He also has a feature length documentary in pre-development, “Autonomy and Dignity”, a film on the intricacies of care work. He maintains a thriving painting and photography practice focusing on bringing light to Disabled experiences.