Examples of costumes Daniela has worked on at Palm Beach Dramaworks and Bak Middle School of the Arts. Also included are extensive alterations done for choir gowns and a dress she made for herself.
Hair and Makeup Design
Having a life-long interest in makeup design, Daniela works as a makeup artist for Ashley Corrinne Photography. Her style is inspired by the makeup artists of the golden age of Hollywood with a focus on highlighting a clients best qualities and keeping a naturally glamorous look. Other projects have included a color powder series, hair coloring, and styling Halloween costumes.
Figure Drawings and Portraits
Portfolio from Drawing classes at Dartmouth College. (2012-2013) Various sketches done from live models. 2 min gesture drawings, 10 mins, 20 mins, 40 mins, and 2 hr intervals.
Handmade bears done for the VITAS Memory Bear Program. Bears are made for the families of VITAS patients that have passed away. The bears are made from clothing that the patient wore and are designed to reflect the personality/style of the person who once wore them. The bears help comfort grieving family members and provide a lasting memory for the family to cherish.
Daniela worked as a Teaching Assistant at the Donald Claflin Jewelry Studio at Dartmouth College 2012-2016. She designed various Grecian inspired hair combs, rings, bracelets, and necklaces. Her skills include gemstone cutting and polishing, metalwork, beading, and wire wrapping.
Colored Pencil Cartoons
As an Undergraduate Advisor at Dartmouth College, Daniela did a series of illustrations for the decorative name tags put on her residents' doors. The illustrations are inspired by the wildlife of the African Savannah and the fashions, portraiture, and habits of bygone eras. (2015)
Contour Pen Drawings
15 minutes and under contour pen drawings. (2013)
Collage- Still Life and Portrait
Collage- Re-imagined vintage Ads
Photographs taken with a 35 mm and developed in a dark room. Fall 2014, Photography class.
The Dutchman Design Sketches
Costume Design sketches for "The Dutchman." Dartmouth College Spring 2016.