There are so many things I would like to say about this profession and my passion that burns for it. But to begin, I am here to tell you this. If as a dancer you’ve ever been self-conscious of your skills or your body or your creativity… I’ve been there and I still to this day battle with this.
I started dancing when I was four years old in Frederick, Maryland. Starting out I was a part of a really amazing competitive dance studio for three years, but my father got a new job and before I knew it we moved to a small town called DeLand, Florida. The first thing my mom did was find my little sister and I a new dance studio. I learned so much of my technique and dance foundation at my second studio but if you’ve ever been a part of a dance studio I’m sure you can understand that differences may come up (hello dance mom’s. aggressively rolls eyes). Studio three comes along and finally we found a home where I really learned the meaning of performance!Read More