Danielle is a Baltimore-based multimedia artist. She received her BS in Film, Video & Theatre from Stevenson University in 2014 and her MFA from University of Maryland, Baltimore County in 2021. Her research is grounded in the ways in which expanded media forms can allow for multiplicity of the gaze and break away from single point narrative structure.
With a queer ecological approach, she creates immersive experiences that aim to dissolve the binarisms of nature/technology, human/nonhuman, natural/unnatural in order to explore, speculate, contradict and stir within the space that exists between them.
Her works have screened at venues in and around Baltimore including 2640 Space, Mercury Theater and Gallery CA. Her immersive projection installation ‘What to Expect When You’re Expecting’, was awarded the Johns Hopkins Saul Zaentz Innovation Grant in 2019. She has presented work internationally at Taboo, Transgression, Transcendence Conference, RIXC Art Science Festival, and through the Ars Electronica .ART Global Gallery.
Danielle has taught as an adjunct professor in Towson University’s Electronic Media and Film department and UMBC’s Visual Arts department. She is a studio manager and video editor at the Baltimore based production company, Hartlove-Goodyear.