graduated from School of Visual Arts in New York with a Bachelors in Fine Arts. Upon graduation Danluck embarked on a successful career within the art world. Danluck has exhibited video work at the Liverpool Biennial, Reina Sofia Museum and PS1 Museum and other galleries and institutions internationally and within the US. She began investing more time into video and film production after great success on a short film collaboration with the band The Roots which premiered at the Margaret Meade Film and Video Festival in New York. She went on to make “Michael Jackson, Jesus Christ…Coca-Cola” a much talked about short film where Danluck was one of 300 fans to pay $3000 for 30 seconds with the King of Pop. After running into her old friend Eddy Moretti, she began working with VBS.TV
in it’s very nascent stages directing and producing such VBS.TV hits such as Toxic Garbage Island
and Toxic Alberta
. Currently Danluck lives and works between New York and LA, is represented by Renwick Gallery in New York and is a regular producer of VBS.TV content. The Ride
is Meredith’s feature film directorial debut.