Danielle was born on a small farm in Kamloops, raised by a gang of farm
cats and her loving family. She first became interested in photography at
Westsyde Secondary where she fell in love with the dark room process. She
later got a job at TRU Omega student newspaper where she worked for
over a year as the photo editor. She then decided to enroll at TRU where she
took 2 years of photography and in that time photographed her very first panorama of a theater.
In 2002, she moved to Victoria B.C. where she furthered her education in
photography with an intensive ten month course at the Western Academy
Of Photography. After graduating Danielle remained in Victoria for another
seven years where she grew her portfolio of theaters and did several
In 2009, Danielle decided to move to Montreal Q.C. She attended Concordia
University and took a Photoshop course. For seven years she remained in
Montreal and did a multitude of exhibitions all over eastern Canada. She
had several works published in magazines and has several pieces on
permanent display in theaters around Montreal. While in Montreal she
photographed thirty nine theaters, she hopes to create a
photographic and historical book of the Montreal theaters.
In 2016, she moved once again this time back to her home town and the
beautiful landscape of Kamloops B.C. These days she photographs nature
and landscapes of all kinds. She continues to submit her Montreal Theater
book to editors.