Danielle focuses on design development and construction documentation with a particular expertise in waterfront design studies. She coordinates with a team of hydrologists, ecologists, and marine engineers, using 2D and 3D modeling tools to provide design solutions that engage with dynamic site conditions.
Danielle received a Master of Landscape Architecture from Cornell University, where she held three teaching assistantships and was awarded the E. Gorton Davis Travel Fellowship. She also served as the Co-Chair of Design Connect, a student-run organization that provides planning and design services to underserved communities in Upstate New York. Danielle earned a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts with a minor in Environmental Studies and Spanish from Fordham University. She joined MVVA in 2020.