Joined George School in 1999-2005; 2006
“With every passing year, I am learning along with my students.”
Why do you teach?
Whether teaching historic photographic processes or cutting-edge digital imaging, I do my best to give students skills that will enable them to communicate their ideas about the world around them.
My students inspire me on a daily basis through their artwork, their thoughtful writing about art and the world, and their enthusiasm for photography. It is a privilege to teach such kind and passionate people and to work with an incredibly dedicated faculty, who guide children through the George School experience and make it safe for them to express their thoughts and feelings.
More about Danielle:
Danielle is a photography teacher and photographer with a BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and an MFA from the Tyler School of Art. She first came to George School in 1999 and serves as the coordinator for the Walton Gallery, an exhibit space in the performing arts building, and for the Class of 1956 Gallery in the Mollie Dodd Anderson Library. Apart from art, her interests are reading, cooking, running, and spending time with her children.