I'm a writer, art historian, and founder of Feast On History™ and Arthur Avenue Food Tours.
Through walks, lectures and stories, I use art, food and history to connect the past to the present. Get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org or find me on Twitter and Instagram @feastonhistory
I'm the author of Ferrante Fever: A Naples Travel Guide Inspired by Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan Novels. My writing has appeared in Condé Nast Traveler, Grove Dictionary of Art, Gothamist, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NPR and Roads & Kingdoms. In 2010, I won a food writing award from the American Institute of Wine and Food.
In 2012 I founded Feast On History, a relational tour company that crafts food and wine focused itineraries to learn about art and history in a multi-sensory way. We currently offer tours in Campania, Sicily and on Arthur Avenue in the Bronx, New York.
“Danielle made the columns at Paestum almost light up before our eyes. Suddenly we felt transported in time instead of confused (and maybe bored) by the ruins we were standing on ”
— Karen P, Feast On History Tour guest
My professional background
I taught art history at Seton Hall University, was a Lecturer at the Met Cloisters from 2003-2018 and have been Program Director of the International Center of Medieval Art since 2008.
I worked on the the brand identity system for the Park Avenue Armory and have worked on communications strategies for MIT Sloan School of Management, Princeton University Art Museum and the Ford Foundation.
In 2012, I founded Feast On History™ to create a place for people to engage with art, food, history and travel simultaneously.