Here are some interesting, but random facts about me:Read More»
It’s a good thing that I no longer make decisions about my life the same way I go about rhinestone a new pair of tap shoes.
When it comes to bedazzling shoes I don’t have an outline, a strategy or a vision.
I simply start gluing (one stone at a time) and am willing to accept whatever happens. It’s all good.
This strategy works well for enhancing shoes but this same haphazard approach would lead to chaos, stress and anxiety if applied to life.Read More»
Within minutes of entering a dance studio I can get a feel for its energy, its culture and values.
During a recent workshop, I couldn’t help but notice the two 9 nine-year old girls on the floor in front of me.
One girl held the ankles of another, who was lying on her back, counting her ab crunches: “23, 24, 25… Done! Now, let’s go check,” she said, a little out of breath.Read More»
I am a tap dancer who is always looking for ways to entertain audiences while inspiring them to do more with their lives.
I accomplish this by performing my solos to audio recordings (my voice) that contain motivational and uplifting messages.
One such message goes like this:
This is my favorite part of my solo not only because the statement is so meaningful, but also because it typically sends me into a tap dance explosion where my feet seem to be moving faster that I can fathom.Read More»