Brief Bio: The year was 1993 when my best friend and I stumbled upon a book "The Complete Belly Dancer". The moment I saw Marta Schill I knew this was the kind of woman I wanted to be. I began my studies with Suzanne Armetta at a YMCA. I was extremely awkward and obnoxious but she taught me AmCab and the importance of sequins. Her style was very late 1970's. I'll always represent that flair. My second major influence is Teresa Tomb. She brought American Tribal Style to Ky from CA. At that time, it was the beginning of "ATS fever". I was blessed to start performing with Rakadu Gypsy Dance and learning the art of group. improvisation during it's boom. I learned so much from Teresa. The thing I admire most is how she tells stories with her movements. I owe that evolution in my dancing to her.
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