Ballroom/Latin Dance

My love for ballroom dancing began in 2008 when I joined the Indiana University Ballroom Dance Team. Since that time, I have grown and expanded my training and instruction in numerous categories of ballroom/Latin dance, including smooth, standard, Latin, rhythm, and club dances.  I am currently working toward my DVIDA Ballroom/Latin syllabus certification, and I have competed in both national and international ballroom dance competitions, performances, and showcases of all kinds. My expertise grows across many dance styles such as; Cha Cha, Rumba, Swing, Bolero, Jive, Salsa, Merengue, Hustle, West Coast Swing, Argentine Tango, Foxtrot, Tango, Waltz, Viennese Waltz, and Quickstep. 

Salsa/Mambo Dance

Since finding my love for salsa dancing in 2009, I have since danced with many teams at various venues, including Alex Etkin's Guarare Dance Project in Tel Aviv, Israel and Pasofino Dance Team in Atlanta, Georgia. I have performed at many different congresses, including Tel Aviv Salsa Congress, Tampa Salsa & Bachata Festival, Atlanta Salsa Congress, Atlanta Salsa and Bachata Festival, and Charlotte Salsa Bachata Festival, to name a few. From group numbers to her my own choroegraphed solos, I will strive to continue to perform at many other festivals and competitions in the years to come.

Contemporary Dance

Contemporary dance has been a significant part of my life and dance career since my high school years, starting in 2004. I was drawn to the contemporary dance world because of its limitless feel and immense possibilities, and I have chosen to put contemporary dance as one of the forerunners in my choreographic and performance career. Through my years of study and performance, I have had the privilege of working with many incredible contemporary artists, such as Lauri Stallings and gloATL, Zoe/Juniper, Sahar Azimi, and many more.