1. What is your history with dance in SL?
I bought my first dance hud about four years ago when I was beginning to use animations on the tribute dance stages. I had asked Paul if he had any idea what I could use to move band members rather than to have them just standing there and he showed me the smooth dancer. Awhile later, he introduced me to Klark and Delaney. It wasn’t long before I caught the bug! I started taking classes, I got involved with helping new people coming into the dance world, I began to be a support dancer and then started creating my own. I am learning as I go along, I’d swear I learn something new every day and I know I am in it for the long haul in one form or another!
2. What do you enjoy the most about SL dance?
I love music and I love dance. Creating dances and building the sets for them allows me to express my thoughts, my feelings and my creative side.
3. What do you enjoy the least about SL dance?
Time , Time, time! There never seems to be time enough time to do all I would like to do!
4. What has been your best experience in SL dance?
A tough question as there are so many different things but overall, my best experience in the sl dance world has been to meet and be a part of such an amazingly talented, artistic, and welcoming community.
In regards to my own personal best dance experiences, I would say it was the sense of the impossible that I felt and feel every time I see a video of a dance I have made. I think ‘how did I DO that?! Was that really me? ‘
5. Out of all the dances you have done, which is your fave?
My favorite of mine would be the one I did in December 2020 for the christmas show. the dance was Jingle Bell Rock and it was just so fun to make!
6. What message would you like to leave for your fans?
Whatever calls to your soul, whether its dance or anything else. Listen to that call and never ever give up. You are never to old to learn something new, you just need to have faith in yourself and take that step forward!