Danielle’s main responsibilities are for the Wood Workshop, the 3D Sculpture Studio and the Metal Work Room where she supports teaching and learning in a variety of ways. Her background is as a freelance graphic designer and as a lecturer in Interior Architecture and Design.
Area of expertise
Danielle has a BA in Model Making for Media and MA in Design Context and Practice from the University of Suffolk. Her academic studies and research activity introduced her to teaching methods for design software and stakeholder analysis tools for public projects. This varied background enables Danielle to respond and support the most challenging student projects, utilising modern methods such digital design software and laser cutting as well as traditional methods such as casting and construction in a range of materials.
Danielle is a painter working in a selection of mediums from oil to bitumen, exhibiting annually in Aldeburgh. She is also a lecturer on the University of Suffolk’s Foundation Degree in Fashion, Communication and Promotion.