I started dancing at the age of 3, where I took lessons in ballet, tap, jazz, singing and drama. Whilst at this school, I was asked to perform with Debbie McGee's Ballet Company and also had the amazing opportunity to dance a jazz routine at Her Majesty's Theatre London. I also regularly took part in disco/freestyle competitions, which definitely built up my confidence as a dancer competing against children from across the country. Age 11, I intensified my training, still in ballet, jazz and tap, but also started musical theatre dance and gymnastics. My singing and drama training also intensified here.
Around 3-4 times a year I competed in Dance Festivals, taking part in group dances, duets and trios and solos ranging from tap, song and dance, lyrical and my own choreography. I took exams, always passing with distinction and even being invited to compete at the IDTA Musical Theatre Awards for a high grade for one exam. For tap, I took teaching exams, gaining over 90%. We had an annual show, in which I played main roles as a dancer and singer, playing the part of Aladdin in 'Aladdin'.
Age 12, I auditioned successfully to join The Urdang Academy, London as an associate, travelling to London every Sunday which I continued to do for four years. During this time, we did many shows, which I loved, and the highlight was to successfully audition to perform at Move It! 2007. This really helped me gain confidence as a dancer and taught me how much dedication pays off, as when I auditioned for colleges to train full time, I successfully auditioned for every college I applied to; The Urdang Academy, Doreen Bird College, LIPA, London Studio Centre and Laine Theatre Arts.
I trained full time in Performing Arts at Doreen Bird College. I am very confident in all aspects of dance; ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, commercial and musical theatre, plus singing and drama.
Before graduationg, I gained my first role as a paid featured dancer in Yolanda Be Cool's single 'Le Bump'. Since then, I have appeared as the lead girl in 'Estrilio' by Venilio Evangelista Pan, a Portuguese artist. Another video I took part in is Marcus Collins' 'Mercy'. I also have experience in the Bollywood style of dancer, performing in Karan Pangali's (Just Dance, India) The Dance of Bollywood. I feel totally confident in a whole new genre of dance of commercial Bollywood dance, classical Indian dancing and pure Bollywood.