Before college, my life in Bakersfield, California was comprised of two things – school and dance. Right after school, it was off to the studio, where I trained in ballet, jazz, tap, modern, and hip-hop for years.
This studio dance life turned into a school/job dance life as I attended the University of Southern California, picking up a Dance Minor and working my freshman year as an assistant for West Coast Dance Explosion.
From class to competition to choreography, the many iterations of dance become integral to my life.
And now? Now, I’ve dived deeper into my hip-hop training, attending classes at Millennium Dance Complex, Movement Lifestyle, Kinjaz Dojo, and as a member of Cameron Lee’s Mentorship Program. In the near future, I hope to sign with an amazing talent agency to get paid doing what I love. Long-term, I want to become a top-tier choreographer and entrepreneur in the arts & entertainment industry.