Danielle manages our design services, including architecture, interior design and engineering. She has worked in land use for over 20 years, in both real estate and as a licensed professional Civil Engineer.  Her experience includes site / civil design of residential housing communities, institutional and commercial developments. She specializes in land use zoning and planning issues at the municipal level and is experienced with Federal and State environmental regulations. While at Knickerbocker Group, Danielle has completed site engineering and permitting for two LEED certified projects.

Danielle, working collaboratively with Steve Malcom, also manages business development at Knickerbocker Group, guiding each project through the appropriate steps  from the first client meeting through the design phase, to construction. She enjoys getting to know her clients, understanding their program goals, and then working through the due diligence process to make sure the property can support their dreams.

Danielle and her husband Brad built their own energy-efficient, modern home in East Boothbay, where they raised their two boys who are both now in college.  In 2016, Danielle and Brad bought an old dairy farm on 35 acres in Edgecomb Maine, transforming it into Down East Gallery: a vineyard, creative space for music & film, and an art gallery to exhibit Brad’s fine art along with the work of over a dozen Maine sculptors.