Corps de Ballet
The Harid Conservatory
San Francisco Ballet School
San Francisco Ballet School Trainee Program
SAN FRANCISCO BALLET
Named an apprentice in 2009
Joined the Company as a member of the corps de ballet in 2010
Don Quixote (Gamache)
Giselle (Wilfred, Servant to the Duke, and Peasants)
Le Quattro Stagioni (Winter)
Nutcracker (Party Guests, Jack-in-the-Box, Spanish, and Russian)
On a Theme of Paganini
Romeo & Juliet (Paris)
Swan Lake (Aristocrats, Peasants, Russian, and Czardas lead)
The Four Temperaments (3rd Theme)
Stravinsky Violin Concerto
Symphony in C (2nd movement demi-soloist)
Symphony in Three Movements (demi-soloist)
Theme and Variations (soloist and corps)
Coppélia (Villagers and War and Discord corps)
Ibsen’s House (Captain Alving/Oswald Alving in “Ghosts”)
Tears (originated a soloist role)
Onegin (Lensky and corps)
Fragile Vessels (originated)
The Collective Agreement (originated)
Suite en Blanc (pas de cinq and corps)
Annabelle Lopez Ochoa
Guernica (originated a principal couples' role)
Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes
The Little Mermaid
Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes
Salome (originated a Hostages' role)
created in Optimistic Tragedy (originated a Four Sailors role)
The Rite of Spring (soloist)
Swimmer (Waiters and corps)
From Foreign Lands (German, Polish, and Hungarian)
Chamber Symphony and Piano Concerto #1 in Shostakovich Trilogy
Opus 19/The Dreamer
Hummingbird (Soloist and originated a corps role)
Cinderella (Benjamin, Fates, Summer corps, and Courtiers)
Within the Golden Hour (principal, soloist, and corps)
- Choreographed Redbird for Charlotte Ballet, Charlotte, North Carolina, 2018.
- Choreographed Otherness for San Francisco Ballet’s Unbound festival, 2018.
- Nominated for an Isadora Duncan Dance Award for Outstanding Achievement in Choreography for Ghost in the Machine, 2018.
- Choreographed Ghost in the Machine for San Francisco Ballet's 2017 Repertory Season.
- Choreographed Panorama for the San Francisco Ballet School Student Showcase, 2017.
- Nominated for an Isadora Duncan Dance Award for Outstanding Achievement in Choreography for Manifesto, 2016.
- Choreographed Foragers for The International Competition for the Erik Bruhn Prize, Toronto, 2016.
- Choreographed Body of Your Dreams for the Rolex Arts Weekend, Mexico City, 2015.
- Chosen as one of seven artists in the 2014–15 Rolex Mentor & Protégé Arts Initiative, selected and mentored by American Ballet Theatre Artist in Residence Alexei Ratmansky.
- Choreographed Polaris for New York City Ballet, New York City, 2015.
- Choreographed Passengers for Joffrey Ballet, Chicago, 2015.
- Danced the role of Paris in the 2015 film of Helgi Tomasson’s Romeo & Juliet in the inaugural season of Lincoln Center at the Movies: Great American Dance.
- Choreographed Manifesto for SF Ballet's 2015 Repertory Season.
- Choreographed Spectrum for the SF Ballet School Student Showcase, 2014.
- Choreographed In the Passerine’s Clutch for SF Ballet's 2013 Repertory Season Gala.
- Choreographed Stone and Steel for the SF Ballet School Student Showcase, 2013.
- Choreographed Spinae for the SF Ballet School Student Showcase, 2012.
- Choreographed for Le Martyre de Saint Sébastien for the San Francisco Symphony, 2012.
- Choreographed Timepiece for Assemblée Internationale at Canada’s National Ballet School, Toronto, 2009.
WHAT'S YOUR FAVORITE COSTUME? WHY?
The men's Classical Symphony (Possokhov) costumes designed by Sandra Woodall might be the most flattering and comfortable things I've worn on stage.
WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR PROUDEST MOMENT AS A DANCER? WHY?
I feel it’s hard for dancers to feel personally proud of their work. I feel most proud when our Company collectively pulls off a hard tour, or puts together a full-length ballet that we all care about.
IF I WEREN'T A DANCER I'D BE...
A dance maker, I'd hope. I guess I caught the ballet bug...