Brittney has always had a love for dance. She has been dancing for over 20 years, training in all styles of dance, primarily at Temecula Dance Company. Brittney traveled nationwide, competing with TDC, and her teams were awarded many national honors. She trained with the studio for 11 years then she moved to Orange County to pursue a B.A. in Dance from the University of California at Irvine.
Brittney has been fortunate enough to travel across the country while assisting in the staging of competitive dance routines. She has also had the pleasure of setting a “time out” routine on the San Diego Charger Girls. While in college, Brittney’s choreography was chosen to perform in the undergraduate choreography showcase, Barebones. Brittney focused most of her time in college on performance and because of this she was able to participate in over 30 works set by various choreographers. Brittney was also a member of two prestigious UCI ensembles: “Etude”, directed by Donald McKayle and “Insight”, directed by Sheron Wray. She has also had the honor of performing in Carnival Choreographer’s Ball as well as alongside members from the Alvin Ailey Dance Company, the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble, Lula Washington Dance Theater, and Philadanco. Brittney also performed on an episode of FOX’s Mobbed and Paula Abdul’s Live to Dance.
Brittney’s passion for dance was greatly inspired by several mentors including Donald Mckayle, Sheron Wray, Jimmy Peters, Kym De Los Reyes, and Chad Michael Hall. Brittney graduated in June of 2013 with both a B.A. in Dance and a B.A. in Psychology and Social Behavior. She is also a certified Life Coach. Brittney loves being able to share her knowledge with her young dancers and hopes to inspire them to pursue their own careers in the arts.