I'm an American Expat & Professional Dance Artist currently living in Brussels, Belgium who has discovered the amazing power of creative living through my artistry.
After graduation from college, I quit my full-time job as a professional dancer, ended the lease on my Washington, D.C. one bed-room apartment, donated most of my clothing, sold my car and furniture to travel the world in an effort to discover art, cultures, people and artistic opportunities. This life change brought tons of unexpected adventure and surprises, leading to a 6 month trip around Europe and Asia, visiting 12 countries and 15 cities. I then returned to Washington, D.C. changed for the better and continuously seeking beyond myself to become my greatest version, artistically and spiritually. Through vision, art and faith I "pulled a josephine" to Brussels, Belgium to continue my work as a full time professional dance artist and create STU Arts Dance, an arts organization that uses dance and movement to promote personal, professional and community development. My experiences have allowed me to discover new things about myself, the world and the power of Vision, Art and Faith.
Along my journey I developed “Vision, Art and Faith” as an strong belief in the power of creative living. With a strong vision, one can accomplish their hearts desires and purpose. Utilizing our inner artist, we creatively innovate and manifest our dreams. And with faith we hold on to our innate feelings of success with our mind, heart and spirit. With all three, we artistically manifest our unique visions through faith.
As a professional performing artist, coach and entrepreneur, I encourage others to become their greatest version through vision, art and faith. My online classes, blogs, & webinars provide the tools to achieve your goals and live in abundance.
Vision : A manifestation to the senses of something immaterial
Art: the conscious use of skill and creative imagination especially in the production of aesthetic objects
Faith: Complete Trust, firm belief in something for which there is no proof