Shira Daniels, a native New Yorker, is a Producer for film and television. She is a member of the Producers Guild of America, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, BAFTA, New York Women in Film & Television, and Film Independent. Shira worked for NBCUniversal from Jan 2008 until May 2011, when she began a four year stint with Zodiak New York, working on such shows as Building Hawaii (HGTV), Hardcore Pawn (truTV), Smoky Mountain Money (NatGeo), Risky Listing (Esquire), and Unearthed (Discovery). She was an Associate Producer on Diesel Brothers, which broke records for Discovery. Shira later worked as an Associate Producer on the long-running series, Beachfront Bargain Hunt (HGTV), and its spinoff, Lakefront Bargain Hunt (HGTV). She recently wrapped as a Field Producer on History Channel's new series, Road Hauks, and has begun producing and directing her first feature documentary. Shira is based out of New York, but can also work as a local in Los Angeles and Tampa.