New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada
Caulfield School of Dance
San Francisco Ballet School
San Francisco Ballet School Trainee Program, 2013–2014
SAN FRANCISCO BALLET
Named an apprentice in 2014
Joined the Company as a member of the corps de ballet in 2015
Promoted to soloist in 2018
Promoted to principal dancer in 2019
Concerto Grosso (Principals)
Don Quixote (Toreadors, Townspeople, Gypsies, and Fandango)
The Fifth Season
Nutcracker (Party Guests, Jack-in-the-Box, King of the Mice, Nutcracker Prince, King of the Snow, Spanish, Arabian, Chinese, and Russian)
On a Theme of Paganini
Romeo & Juliet (Paris, Capulet Men, Montague Men, and Citizens of Verona)
The Sleeping Beauty (Cavaliers, The Mongolian Prince, Suitors, Pas de Six/Cavaliers, and Act III pas de deux)
Swan Lake (Aristocrats, Peasants, Spanish, Czardas corps, and Russian)
Agon (Pas de trois)
Coppélia (Villagers, Grooms, and War and Discord corps)
Divertimento No. 15 (Allegro and Theme)
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Lysander)
Stravinsky Violin Concerto
Theme and Variations
Ibsen’s House (Captain Alving/Oswald Alving in “Ghosts”)
Onegin (Lensky and corps)
Etudes (excerpt) (Gentlemen and Pas de Deux Man)
The Big Hunger (originated)
Your Flesh Shall Be a Great Poem (originated) (Lead principal man)
The Chairman Dances—Quartet for Two (originated)
Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes
Sandpaper Ballet (Pas de deux)
The Little Mermaid (The Sea Witch and Magic Shadows)
In the Countenance of Kings
Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes
Optimistic Tragedy (Eight Sailors)
“… two united in a single soul…”
Symphony #9 in Shostakovich Trilogy (Angel and corps)
LET’S BEGIN AT THE END (originated)
Fancy Free (Pas de deux Sailor)
In the Night (1st pas de deux)
Opus 19/The Dreamer
Die Toteninsel (originated)
Ghost in the Machine
Bound To (originated)
Cinderella (Fates, Winter corps, Spirit of Summer/Generosity soloist, and Courtiers)
Dance of Dreams (dir. Benjamin Millepied, 2020) (Principal – Pas de deux)
- Named Dance Magazine “25 To Watch,” 2018.
- Danced in the 2015 film of Tomasson’s Romeo & Juliet in the inaugural season of Lincoln Center at the Movies: Great American Dance.
What’s your biggest challenge as a dancer? Why?
Keeping yourself motivated. When you're in a school, you constantly have someone to tell you what you need to work on. In a company, it's really up to you to keep up.
What has been your proudest moment as a dancer? Why?
Dancing Lensky in Onegin last season. Because it was my first year in the corps and it was a big opportunity--proud I didn't mess it up.
If I weren't a dancer I'd be...