Dani received a BFA from the University of Michigan and studied painting at the Glasgow School of Art. Dani Knoph is an artist, writer, and advocate for wildlife conservation in Michigan. She launched Dani Knoph Wildlife Studio in 2017. Archival prints of her artwork can be found at specialty shops and galleries. In 2017, Dani joined a statewide effort to reintroduce Northern Michigan’s once predominant native salmonid species, known as the Arctic Grayling. She is a 2019 Artist-in-Residence at the Good Hart Artist Residency.
Dani’s work can be found at https://www.daniknoph.com/ .