With nearly a decade of choreography and teaching experience, I can proudly say that I can complete any job with confidence. I have learned to go above and beyond what is necessary while incorporating new technology and camera work. I have extensive experience in television and live choreography. I have worked on numerous television shows including ABC's Sing Your Face Off, FOX's X Factor, and Nickelodeon's How To Rock, just to name a few. Most recently I have worked as supervising choreographer for Move Live On Tour starring Derek & Julianne Hough under the direction of Emmy Award winning choreographers Tabitha and Napoleon Dumo.


My passion for teaching is a great one, extending nearly 10 years and earning a spot as one of the most sought after dance teachers in the world. I have received the Industry Dance Award for best class at Los Angeles’ three top dance studios and I have travelled all over the world with more than 50 countries visited. Traveling within the US, I work as a member of Velocity Dance Convention. It has been a pleasure to assist a new younger generation to the forefront of the dance industry. 

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Dance started with community and should end with community as well. I have been involved with non profit charity work since 2004 and wanted to bring this into my love of dance as well. In 2013 I started “Letters Of Love”. I asked my fans and viewers to write in letters about anything in the world that they love in an attempt to get them to realize the love that exists in their own lives. For every ten letters that I receive, I donate $1 to cancer research. Thus far I have received over 40,000 letters from students, teachers, dancers, children, parents and grandparents from all over the world. It is one of the most inspiring projects I have ever been a part of.  



Oct 2014 - Dance Spirit

"Fresh Voices - Meet 13 Hot Young Choreographers"

June 2012 - Dance Spirit

"Meet Hollywood's Hottest Up-and-coming Choreographer"

Industry Voice Awards

Performance of the Year (2011)

Best Web Concept Video (2012)

Class of the Year  (2012)

Class of the Year  (2013)