Dani Hammack began her training in Houston, TX.

She received her B.F.A. in Dance Performance and B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Southern Methodist University where she performed works by Paul Taylor, Robert Battle, Alvin Ailey, and Martha Graham.

Upon graduating she was hired to perform at the national Mary Kay Convention in Dallas, Texas. She then moved to Houston, TX to become a company member of Ad Deum Dance Company and to serve on faculty as modern dance instructor for the High School for the Performing Arts. She has also been on faculty in NYC and Houston for Project Dance, an internationally touring, open air dance concert.

Mrs. Hammack was a member of The Martha Graham Dance Company for their 2014-2015 season where she performed works such as Serenata Morisca, Chronicle, Rite of Spring, and Diversion of Angels. She has also worked with Deborah Zall in the Deborah Zall Project, performing her work entitled Shadow of Her Sister.

Mrs. Hammack is currently the Associate Artistic Director and Principle Dancer of Ad Deum Dance Company. She is grateful to be teaching and working with the company at Dance Du Coeur.