Danielle began as a classically trained soprano at a young age. She toured Europe twice as a featured soloist with top-end choirs, and performed both musical theatre and coloratura soprano repertoire professionally in Portland, Oregon. While in Oregon, she also worked as an independent theatre producer and actor, and was represented for film, television, and commercial work by Ryan Artists. Danielle moved to Los Angeles to get her Master of Fine Arts in Acting from USC, where she studied under David Warshofsky, Andy Robinson, and David Bridel. Additionally, she learned Linklater Voice from master teacher Natsuko Ohama. Danielle takes particular interest in the intersection of the Linklater progression with the precision of classical vocal training, informed by the physical and mental awareness practices of Alexander Technique and Hatha Yoga. As an actor, Danielle produces and performs regularly with ÉLAN Ensemble, and is represented for film, television, and commercial work by JoAnn and Allen Kepler. She was trained in Shakespeare for three seasons at the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, where she also performed. She has performed onstage at the Kennedy Center and the Walt Disney Concert Hall, and is proud to have played such roles as Nina in The Seagull, directed by Kate Burton; Anne Egerman in A Little Night Music, directed by Kristine McIntyre; and Deb in How We're Different From Animals, directed by Jonathan Muñoz-Proulx.