Danny began training at the late age of 13, and competed in Ottawa, Ontario until he was 18. Once he had graduated from highschool, Danny made the move to Toronto where he was fortunate enough to train closely with choreographers Linda Garneau, Tiffany McLean, Eryn Waltman, and Leon Blackwood. During the summer of 2008, Danny began back-up dancing for the contestants of CBC's hit summer television show, "How Do You Solve A problem Like Maria?" and soon after had the opportunity to dance for such artists as Kreesha Turner, Katy Perry, Adam Lambert, and Ke$ha.
In December of 2008, Danny appeared as a company dancer in Helix Dance Project's annual contemporary production entitled "RAIN: life in full bloom". In 2009, he made it to the Top 14 spot on CTV's season 2 of "So You Think You Can Dance Canada" and then spent the following two year assisting Stacey Tookey, Mia Michaels, Blake McGrath, Sean Cheesman and Luther Brown on Season 3 and 4. After the show, he had the chance to work closely with Blake McGrath on his new music video "The Night", as well as Shawn Desman's "Shiver" music video and Keisha Chante's "Table Dancer" music video. He then went on tour with Blake McGrath promoting his new album, "TIME TO MOVE" and filmed three new feature films entitled "Frenemies", "Make Your Move 3D" and "Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure". Danny spent a year travelling and assisting Mia Michaels at JUMP Dance Convention and various other projects before moving on to assist at NUVO Dance Convention. He is now teaching and setting choreography at various studios across the country and training the kids at Club Dance Studio in Phoenix, Arizona.