Danielle Dravenstadt (b. 1987) is an interdisciplinary artist, specializing in photography, with an MA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and a BA from Furman University. She is a photography instructor at the School of Art at George Mason University. Her work explores, challenges, and transforms the ordinary through photography, painting, printmaking, and installation, articulating nuanced perceptions of everyday life. Through photography, she transfigures mundane and transient moments into arresting and immutable artifacts. Combining painting, printmaking, and assemblage, she manifests inner realities into outward expressions, articulating nuanced perceptions of the quotidian. Whether it is with subtlety or fury, her work imposes a personally felt perspective and demands focus.