Danielle Isadora Butler designs experiences, installations, and objects that create opportunities for emotional connection.
Danielle has designed and produced playgrounds that teach about cooperation, multi-sensory poetry archives that get you ready to listen, and largescale games that help you connect to the place you're in.
Danielle's skill for human-centered design pull from her previous work in restorative justice, arts education, and creative technology. Danielle believes that relationship building is the key to engaging people in issues that feel too large or abstract.
Danielle is passionate about improving access to the water and expanding New Yorker's relationship to their harbor through creative interventions. She is co-founder of the Tideland Institute and co-founder and dean of the micro grant-giving organization Awesome On The Water.
Danielle loves collaborating, consulting, constructing, and problem-solving. She's based in NYC and happy to travel for an intriguing project.