Danielle Ash is a Brooklyn based stop-motion animator of all things, from cardboard pigeons to light beams. Her projects in animation, puppetry and music, including giant cardboard zoetropes and miniature animated toy installation work have exhibited in New York and LA. Her animated films have recently screened at The Museum of the Moving Image, on PBS channel 13, and in various film festivals worldwide. She enjoys bringing her animation techniques into the classroom as a Teaching Artist in NYC. Currently in production on a sequel to her latest short animation, "Pickles for Nickels", using cardboard and reused objects as her main material, the streets of Brooklyn, monsters, food, and the moon, inspire her imagery.