Daniela Rossell (born 1973, Mexico City) is a Mexican photographer that uses her work to depict the privileged lives of the Mexican political elite related to the PRI Institutional Revolutionary Party. Rossell's mother was an art collector and the early exposure to art in her home encouraged her appreciation for the arts.
Rossell first studied theatre at the American School Foundation and became an actress by the young age of sixteen. Rossell later shifted from theatre to painting when she went to the Nation School of Visual Arts, but after a short time dropped out to pursue photography. Today, Rossell continues to make Mexican art in her home country and show throughout both Latin America, Europe and the United States.