McKay Daines is an award-winning director, writer, and producer. His resume and expertise in filmmaking span over a decade and include feature films, documentaries, advertising campaigns, and cable television shows. Among his most notable accomplishments include Age of the Dragons (2011), Heber Holiday (2007), and The Dance (2007) and the recent award-winning documentary and TV series The Abolitionists (2016).
During his career, Daines' films have been awarded the the Best of Fest and Best Feature Film Audience Awards at the 2007 Temecula Valley International Film Festival (Shooting Star); the opening night Gala Premier film and winner of the Best Narrative Film Award at the 2008 Foursome Film Festival (Heber Holiday); the Storyteller Award at the 2006 Redemptive Film Festival (The Dance); and the Best Documentary winner of both the American Film Renaissance Film Festival and the Liberty Film Festival (In the Face of Evil). Daines also produced the feature film Friends for Life which has garnered 30 independent film awards and is the writer, director, producer of the new Michael Vey TV series (2017).