Zoe Watts
I like to thank dance for every quality in which I am today. Without it I wouldn’t have the drive, passion, or willingness to never settle. I believe every girl and woman should dance and see what this art form has to offer. My mom played the game her whole life, danced through childhood, and taught after. I was not far behind. I started dancing at the age of 3 and then began to fall in love with it when I was about 13 years old. I craved nothing more them sweat in a studio, and stage lights on the weekend. I trained at The Dance Club with the people and teachers I still to this day call family. I was a competitive dancer and carried the mindset of growth all through graduating from American Fork high school alongside my home studio in 2020. I began teaching and choreographing at the age of 14 and knew I would always have a niche for it for the rest of my life. I am a lover of life and have been lucky enough to use dance as a permanent outlet through some of my hardest trials and rejoiced over the best triumphs. I have attended all conventions and competitions across the board. I have attended multiple NYCDA intensives, and the Julliard winter intensive hosted by Alexandra Damiani. I owe my training to those experiences but where my passion and love for dance comes from is my life experiences. I cannot wait to explore and push you all and give you a glimpse of who I am. Peace and love!