It's always an absolute pleasure getting to collaborate with big-hearted, inspiring, community driven, caring companies & movements that are working very hard to make a difference in the world. Here are some of my favorites.
My dream of touring the world with Beyoncé was a hard one to swallow for a lot of people. Some did not understand what that meant or how that was physically possible. Although I was questioned, doubted, and not taken seriously at times, I was surrounded by a few very special people that made all the difference. Find out why I have joined the #NothingLess movement…
The SHINE Program
Exciting news! I am now an AMBASSADOR for the prevention program SHINE. I have teamed up with The Missing Children’s Network and I really look forward to visiting you in your school!
Most teenagers seem to hate everything about their bodies, wishing they could change it all. For me it was my hair one day, my legs the other, my teeth the next, etc. I didn’t always feel pretty and I was looking for ways to shift my appearance instead of making the shift within. Well, that has changed! I am truly grateful for all I have learned (or should I say UNLEARNED). I can now love ME just as I am. Being a part of this Shaun Ross X American Apparel campaign meant a lot!
I’ve collaborated with REEBOK on numerous occasions and I have to admit: this event was one of my favorites! I got flown to New York City as a member of the #PERFECTNEVER Army alongside such badass women from all over America! I left the Big Apple feeling sweaty, empowered, and happy!
Some of my credits include:
Beyoncé, Justin Timberlake, Jennifer Lopez, Meghan Trainor, Ariana Grande, Reitmans, The Backstreet Boys, Dua Lipa, Madonna, Cirque Du Soleil, Nicole Scherzinger, Pharrell Williams, Coachella, Nick Jonas, Reebok, Chanteurs Masqués, International Festival DansEncore, Rock In Rio, Xtina Aguilera, Nicki Minaj, John Mayer, Chris Brown, Bebe Rexha, Jason Derulo, Holt Renfrew, Super Bowl Halftime Show, Karol G, Sports Experts, Jane The Virgin, Hilary Duff, and more.
Where can I find out about auditions?
Do I need to be represented to book a dance job?
Who's classes should I be taking?
How do I build my confidence, on and off stage?
What does a dancer’s salary look like?
How do I develop my brand?
How important is networking?
Should I be posting lots of dance videos on social media?
How do I apply for an O1 Work Visa to work in the USA?
Where can my parents seek information on dance as a career?
How do I stand out at a convention?
How do I avoid living paycheck to paycheck?
Do I have to move to a big city like Los Angeles or New York to build my career?
What does being an independent contractor entail?
Where can I find like-minded dancers and build a support system?
How do I aim for career longevity?
Well...let's get to it, shall we?!