Danielle lives, works and bakes desserts in Essex, Vermont and is available to travel for photo or video work.
A 6th generation Vermonter with roots in New England, Danielle is a renaissance woman with deep ties to the creative community in her home state.
After the pandemic began in early 2020, film production shut down worldwide. So Danielle decided to pick up her photo camera and began taking photos as a creative outlet while the industry was at a standstill. Through this work, Danielle discovered her newfound love of photography, and wanted to make this her career. Since 2020, Danielle has worked with dozens of clients and has had her work published, most recently in Prestige UK Magazine.
As a filmmaker, Danielle has had her film work shown at festivals around the nation and has worked on film productions across the globe. She's collaborated with a variety of companies and brands nationally and internationally including Nalgene, BBC Three UK, Vice Media, and The Food Network. She was the recipient of the 2019 Emmy Award for Short Form Fiction for her directorial debut The Silence Between. She also has international experience with projects based in Ireland, England, and Wales, including the feature documentary Violet Gibson: The Irish Woman Who Shot Mussolini.
When she's not working, you can find Danielle hiking or kayaking in the Vermont wilderness, snuggling with her dog Kobe, eating tasty vegan food with her partner Spencer, or laying in the sunshine with a good book.