Danielle is a graduate of the High School of Performing Arts in New York City where she spent 2 years being mentored by acclaimed acting coach Anthony Abeson. She came to New Mexico after touring as company member of the International tour of STOMP. Since then, she has performed with several theater companies based in New Mexico Including Shakespeare in Santa Fe, Theater Grottesco and The Living Tarot. She enjoyed a run as host of "THE HAT", a monthly evening of performance improvisation at the Center for Contemporary Arts in Santa Fe. Recent local performances include "Mrs. Muller" in Doubt: A Parable with Ironweed Productions, Le Theatre du Grand Guignol at the Santa Fe Playhouse, "Ariel" in The Tempest with Theaterwork, multiple roles in Hellcab and "Lilith" in The Love Song of J. Robert Oppenheimer, both with Mother Road Theatre Company in Albuquerque. Roles in film include "Store Owner" in Drop Dead Gorgeous with No Strings Productions and "One" in One of Many with RedQuyn Zoom Productions. Danielle also performs a one person show called "Ask Louisa." Performances of "Ask Louisa" include The Roundhouse for African American Day, The Umbrella Hat Cabaret and Love In Summer ‘09.
Danielle is currently an instructor of the Nia Technique, and co-owner RedQuyn Zoom Productions.