Amy is originally from Pasadena, Texas where she started dancing at the age of five. Amy’s dance career was facilitated through Dance Magic dance studio in Lancaster, California where she took classes and began teaching in 2002. She has taught dancers from the ages of three to adult in the tap, jazz, and ballet disciplines. Amy was also a member of three dance companies, which allowed for extensive growth in ballet and contemporary. She danced with the Antelope Valley Ballet, under the direction of Kathleen Burnett, for five years where she danced the part of Snowflake and Flower in several productions of the Nutcracker, Giselle’s Friend and a Wili in Giselle, and a swan in Swan Lake where she was featured with three other dancers as a big swan. She also participated in other annual spring shows that were a collaborative work of the artistic director and other notable choreographers from the area. Amy was also a part of the dance company through the local community college, Antelope Valley College, where she studied dance with several instructors. She also danced with a new modern company with a small number of rising talents of the area, Hidden Entropy Movement Project, in several shows. Dance continues to be a passion of her life!
A passion of Amy's has always been dance! She started young at the age of five and has continued to have dance as a large part of her life. She has taught ballet, jazz, and tap for a total of almost 20 years to students ranging in age from three to adult. A highlight of her dance background includes dancing with the Antelope Valley Ballet Company, where she performed in several ballets such as Nutcracker, Swan Lake, and Giselle. Amy was also one of the first members of a new contemporary company in Lancaster, CA Hidden Entropy Movement Project. Teaching dance is a way for her to pass on her love of dance to the younger generations!