Danny brilliantly articulates the memory issues which are experienced when you have suffered a brain injury - such as not being able to say if it is in fact your own actual memory of something, or merely just a prompted memory from looking back at an old photograph or hearing a well-told tale for instance.
I also think Danny is a huge Headway success story - the way he spoke about his first steps into the world of this incredible charity totally resonated with me and my own personal journey into this wonderful world.
He also goes into really fascinating detail about what it is like when you suffer a seizure - an experience neither I nor Danny had ever been through before our brain injuries.
Danny also shows you how much life can change over just a few years’ worth of time, because as you will learn from him, his wife and him had to change the line of work they were in when his brain injury struck.
Similarly to me, he is also complete and utterly in love with his wife - called Ruth - who you will not be able to hear in the interview, but was in fact sat in the room with us while the interview was taking place - helping Danny say what he wanted to say.
Like with my incredible wife, I had nothing but respect for her - not to mention complete and utter fear she may get up and thump me or something like that if I probed her husband too far with my questions!
But like with every person I have met throughout this project, Danny was not only an inspiration to me, but an absolute joy to meet.
The power of positivity is a truly remarkable thing, and if I had to sum him up in just one word, that word would be “soldier”.