Dancing is and always will be in my blood. Coming from a family of singers, dancers, contortionist and athletes I was surrounded by music and creativity from a young age.
I started dancing at the age of 5 with my first dance class being Ballet. However, I found my calling in Tap and Modern Dance. I quickly moved through the grades and loved making people smile with my performances.
My love of the stage grew and I found myself torn between going to college, becoming a choreographer and taking on the West End. The West End and Choreography won and I got my first major gig at the age of 18 in a West End Show called Saturday Night Live at the London Palladium. From then I spent wonderful dancing years in numerous shows my favourite being The Cotton Club and 42nd Street. I left the West End to persue choreography working with a group called M4.
I spent 3 years touring with them around the UK, to finally end up with them at the MOBOs and doing the choreography for the show in 2001-working along side Fatima Robinson (Choreographer to Award winning Artist Aaliyah). Soon after I found my love for Teaching Tap, Modern, Hip Hop, Street Dance, Socaerobics and am now thrilled to be a part of the Breaking Barriers Family.