Historical writing, fine art topics, education, personal narratives.
Writing, visual art, painting, drawing, illustration, design, horticulture, literature, music, animal rights and welfare, tattooing, body modifications, alternative fashion.
Dani received a BA in History with a concentration in European History and also a double minor in Studio Arts and American Sign Language.
Dani manages and writes a blog about her mother's breast cancer treatment journey (When A Good Woman Goes To War). She writes in a journal entry style that is informal and humorous at times. The writing can come across as internal dialogue that ultimately comes together as a scrapbook of experiences. It is informal and very personal as related to her feelings and mother's treatment. Topics include chemotherapy, survivor-ship, cancer treatments, mental health, emotional well being, and women's issues.
Dani writes for a blog co- managed by her friend and fellow artist Dayna (What The Water Gave Us). The blog covers topics of interest to visual artists. It is written from the view point of two emerging artists; Dayna is a middle school art teacher and Dani is a fine artist/writer/illustrator. The different perspectives and writing styles give this blog a unique flavor. Both authors tend to touch on each other's topics as well as writing independently about a subject. Topics include motivation, fine art, art education, inspiration, personal growth, career advancement, and design.
Dani is an up-and-coming blogger with a creative flair. She is familiar with informal, cheeky voices as well as serious and introspective styles. She is currently writing for blogs relating to art, health, personal growth, motivation, and women's issues.