Daniel Rudin is an artist, videomaker, scholar, and advocate. He holds an M.F.A in Studio Art - Transmedia from the University of Texas at Austin and a B.F.A in Industrial Design from the University of Illinois at Urbana. His feature-length documentary film, Interrupt the Pipeline, premiered at the Landlocked Film Festival in 2009 and subsequently became the basis for an online peer-to-peer mentoring program. In 2012 Daniel worked as a Luce Scholar with Rappler, a Filipino social news network. After noting a scarcity in journalism on labor, Daniel began a multimedia project with Rappler that will allow Filipino workers to contribute and map their own stories of workplace abuse. Daniel continues to collaborate with Manila-based filmmakers and labor organizations to promote public awareness of human rights violations in the workplace.