Washington • USA
I started dancing when I was young, my family members thought it was just a hobby but turns out it's something I love to do on a daily, it's my life. Within these moments in my life I struggled to really find me, the genuine me. As I got older I fought for what I believed and excepting who I was becoming. I mean I'm still young and still have years to experience in front of me, but I'm thankful for my immediate family for being so supportive and guiding me through life. Dance is my expressor, it's what I breathe. My parents taught me to forever remain humble, in the cocky, unappreciative world. I don't have a huge story of trauma that caused or effects dance, but I would say I've grown as a human as much as an artist.