Born in North Vancouver, Canada, Danielle received her training from the National Ballet School of Canada, Pro Arte and the Goh Ballet Academy in combination with studies of the Royal Academy of Dance Syllabus and examinations. Upon graduation from Goh ballet academy and having received the Royal Academy of Dance Solo Seal Award, Danielle performed with the Goh Ballet Youth Company on both local and international tours. Predominately two tours in China in which more then 5 cities were visited on each occasion, performing lead roles in various classical repertoire and original choreographies. At age 17 Danielle competed in the Youth American Grand Prix New York City finals and won a full scholarship to the John Cranko Academy in Stuttgart, Germany. During her second year in the academy she was offered a contract with the Hungarian National Ballet and accepted immediately. She has performed both demi soloist and corps de ballet roles in many productions with the company. Some of her repertoire includes solo parts in Sleeping Beauty, the Nutcracker, Coppelia, La Sylphide, Falling Angels and Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs. As well as Corps de Ballet in Swan Lake, Manon, Etudes, The Merry Widow, Coppelia, Giselle, Romeo and Juliet, Syvlia, Spartacus, Don Quixote and the Taming of the Shrew. Danielle’s own choreography has also been been presented twice in the Hungarian National Ballet foundations Young Choreographers Evening and as a co-choegpraher for the season opening gala for the 2015/16 season.