Jill Danyelle has melded her range of experience into an interior design practice that helps people create homes with style and soul. Prior to launching her design business, Jill began fiftyRX3, a year long web-based project examining the crossroads of style and sustainability. The project received mentions in ELLE, Madame Figaro, Glamour, NYLON, PAPER, I.D. and The Chicago Tribune. Jill went on to work as a design editor and writer, but soon realized she was happier hunting down flea market finds and problem solving space issues. She enjoys collaborating with clients to design spaces that speak to both their lifestyle needs and aesthetic preferences.
In addition to her design work, Jill has maintained an independent art and photography practice and worked as a therapist for many years. She studied at Parsons School of Design and the Fashion Institute of Technology and holds degrees from the University of Kansas and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. She currently lives in New York City.