Danielle has been trained in ballet, jazz, modern, lyrical, contemporary, hip hop, tap, ballroom, pointe, and tumbling. She was a member of West Jordan High School dance company for two years where she became the West Jordan High School Sterling Scholar for dance in 2009. During her senior year of high school, Danielle was an assistant with Hollywood Vibe and travelled to numerous competitions and conventions. She, also, assisted with Celebrity dance competitions during their “Nationals at Sea”in 2009. Danielle’s film credits include High School Musical 2, High School Musical 3, and MTV’s American Mall. After graduating, Danielle was selected to become a company member with Odyssey Dance Theater. With Odyssey, Danielle performed in productions such as Thriller, It’s a Wonderful Life, Redux, Nutcracker, and the Shut Up and Dance spring season. While with Odyssey Dance Theater, Danielle completed seven seasons and five European tours. Danielle was chosen to work with choreographers such as Mandy Moore, Christian Denice, Kenny Ortega, Bonnie Story, Brandon Bryant, Dee Caspary, Travis Wall, Ryan and Ashleigh Di Lello, and more! Danielle performed with Divinity Dance Company in 2012 and has recently explored her contemporary side dancing with Oquirrh West Project. Danielle began teaching at Synergy Academy in 2010 and has many years experience teaching and choreographing for studio competition teams, drill teams, and soloists. She loves learning new and unique ways to inspire and educate her students in their artistry. Her choreography has won numerous high points, overall awards, and choreography awards and she couldn’t be more thankful for all the students she gets the opportunity and experience to work with. Danielle teaches to pass on the knowledge and experience she has gained, to kindle passions and nurture growth in the up and coming generation. Danielle is dedicated to the art of dance and takes every opportunity to learn new techniques and perspectives. She strives to share those with all who share her passion.