Student at The University of Alabama majoring in Dance & Exercise Science, minoring in Liberal Arts
Born and raised in Fairfield, Alabama, I have been in love with movement and dance my entire life.
Major: Dance and Exercise Science.
My ultimate goal after dancing is to become a physical therapist. I recently completed (Summer 2019) an Internship with Agile Physical Therapy, LLC
While I am primarily a classically trained ballerina, I am versed in modern (Limon, Horton, and Graham) and jazz and have been exposed to many other genres and styles of dance. For example, various forms of hip hop, contemporary, Afro-Brazilian, liturgical, etc. Other things that I enjoy are singing, reading good books, shopping in antique/vintage shops with my friends, and learning new things.
Additional words to describe me are loyal, hardworking, disciplined, and motivated. Dancing is like breathing to me and I take nothing for granted. It has been very fulfilling and has afforded me many wonderful and unforgettable opportunities to travel all across the United States each summer to study with many gifted instructors and choreographers to help me reach higher and higher levels in my training.
Recently traveled to Toulouse, France with the Jellybean Collective to perform at the 15th Annual F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference
Places include: Alabama Ballet, American Ballet Theater (ABT) (The University of Alabama and The University of Texas at Austin) and The Alvin Ailey School, to name a few. I had the unique opportunity to dance professionally during my senior year of high school with the Atlanta Dance Connection under the direction of Allyne D. Gartrell.