I am a multi-genre author and editor, freelance writer, and Edmonton, Alberta’s outgoing Historian Laureate.
I have History degrees from McGill and the University of British Columbia, and am active in organizations such as the Canadian Aviation Historical Society, the Creative Nonfiction Collective, the Writers Union of Canada, the Houston Writers Guild, the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators and the Writers’ League of Texas.
If you’d like to learn more about me and my work, please visit my blog or my LinkedIn profile.
Articles About Me
“Top 40 Under 40,” Avenue (Edmonton), November 2012.
“Maverick of the Year,” Chatelaine, November 2011.
Dan Davidson, “Author Compiling a History of Northern Aviation,” The Whitehorse Star, January 7, 2011.
Nicole Bolton, Owner at Glossie:
When I met Danielle, I was in desperate need of a writer to help me create content for my new business. I had never worked with a writer before and I didn’t know what to expect but I can honestly say that my business is better because of her. Danielle is easy to work with and self-sufficient. I can always count on her to stay on top of my post schedule and she never misses a date.
Tamara Neely, Editor at What’s Up Yukon:
Danielle’s column is a great addition to our weekly arts, culture and lifestyle newspaper. She has a smooth way of telling the stories of love and loss of people in the Yukon, and does it with tenderness, grit, and respect. It’s also a great relief to have such solid stories delivered on time, with photos and captions. She’s a reliable freelancer, and I really appreciate it.
Jim Bell, Aircraft Maintenance Engineer at Air Canada:
As president, Danielle brought tremendous energy and enthusiasm to the Canadian Aviation Historical Society. She combines excellent organisational and motivational skills with adaptability and common sense. She is a pleasure to work with.