Miss Taylor


Taylor started dancing at the age of three. She began assistant teaching at the age of 11, then moved on to part-time teaching at the age of 15, and eventually began teaching full time at 18.  Taylor began dancing pre-competitive at the age of 10 and moved up to competitive at 14.

Contemporary has become her passion, however, she has experience in many other styles such as: hip hop, jazz, tap, ballet, acro, breakdance, modern, jazz funk, heels, musical theatre, ballroom and bellydance.  Seeing fellow dancers and students perform, be happy and express themselves through dance is a big factor in what makes her want to continue to pursue dancing and teaching, along with how awesome it feels to dance and share her passion with such amazing people. 

Taylor has completed her ADAPT TTS Year 1 as well as her Progressing Ballet Technique Junior through Advanced levels.

Taylor has been teaching and choreographing for recreational and competitive dances for four years, her competitive dances have won many awards, such as judge’s choice awards, choreography awards, highest overall awards and special awards for things like: the message of the dance, the musicality to the piece, the choreography itself, and many more.  She loves seeing how amazingly her dancers bring her visions to life on stage.

 Taylor was in Opposite Town Productions Gala show "Night of A Thousand Stars" as a featured dancer (June 2015) she starred in Opposite Town's Musical production of West Side Story as A-Rab (November 2015), and she was in Studio Black's "Billboard Spectacular" show as a featured dancer and sang in the features ensemble(May 2017). 

She is so ecstatic to be continuing her teaching career at TDA, and is so glad to be able to further share her passion of dance with all of the amazing students and instructors. The best part about being a dance teacher is helping the students express themselves in a way that words can’t, to see them improve in their art and have such joy in their lives.