Born in Bosnia, Repas Daniela spent first two decades of her life in now ex-Yugoslavia. As a war refugee, she lived in multiple cities in Western Europe and USA, where she learned about cultures and people of the whole world.
Her first exhibition, a series of drawings, was successively held in two Geneva locations in 2000. Since then she has had multiple exhibitions in Denver, Colorado and Portland, Oregon. These were usually displayed in galleries, which she co-owned with her life-time partner, artist Thornton C. Wilson III.
In 2004 she was awarded the Lemelson Scholarship and started attending Pacific Northwest College of Art, graduating as an intermedia artist. Her work with Thornton C. Wilson III and Todd Tawd, a collaborative group named DripDrop, won the prize for Best Animated Installation during the Platform Festival, the international animation festival held in Portland, 2007.
DripDrop is currently working on a large scale multi-media installation, which will have its premiere in Portland, Oregon 2010.