Danielle Lubin-Mirzwa started her career after graduating from The Fashion Institute Technology in New York City majoring in Fashion Design & Fabric Styling. She worked in the Fashion Industry for close to a decade for various designers ranging from Nicole Miller & Tommy Hilfiger to Gap & Sears.
After hitting a milestone birthday, Danielle decided to change careers and become an Art Teacher as she felt a strong desire to find meaning in her work again by going back to her roots. She graduated from Montclair State University with her Teacher of Art K-12 certification and has taught Art in many different programs as well as schools since 2002.
She has taught Ceramics, Collage, Mixed Media, Fashion Design, Painting, Photography and most recently Anime & Manga. Nurturing & growing artists is her passion.