Danielle's interest in art originated from a childhood full of Disney movies and Saturday morning cartoons. With the purchase of her first comic (Generation X #1 at the age of 9), she discovered an art form that allowed her to explore the caricature and emotion she loved about animated film and television. For a long while, she walked the Marvel path by reading the X-Books. After this introduction, the more "indie" books of the 90s: Gen13, DV8, and Witchblade piqued her interest. Many years and a college degree later, a death in the family forced her to re-evaluate her future. After several years of not picking up a pencil, she decided to follow her dream to create comics. She continues to read and create comics to this day, and her influences include Adam Hughes, Michael Turner, J. Scott Campbell, the animator Glen Kane, Joe Madureira and Amanda Conner. Every day she gets a chance to live her dream, and she's never been happier than she is bringing characters to life in her drawing and coloring work. As well as being a well-known colorist for Drumfish Productions, Dusk Comics, and Zenescope, Danielle is also the artist, colorist, and a story writer of Odd19's own Sin of Omniscience. Her coloring work can be seen in Drumfish Production's Neverminds, Zenescope's Grimm Universe, and she is the primary artist of every Odd19 production.