Corps de Ballet
Maryland Youth Ballet
San Francisco Ballet School
San Francisco Ballet School Trainee Program
San Francisco Ballet
Named an apprentice in 2016
Joined in 2017
Don Quixote (Don Quixote, Toreadors, Seguidilla, and Fandango)
Nutcracker (Party Guests, Dr. Stahlbaum, King of the Mice, King of the Snow, Spanish, Arabian, and Russian)
On a Theme of Paganini
Romeo & Juliet (Citizens of Verona and Ballroom Men)
The Sleeping Beauty (Ukrainian Prince, Prince’s Attendant, Gentlemen of the Court, Suitors, and Cavaliers)
Swan Lake (Von Rothbart, Aristocrats, Peasants, Czardas Corps)
Coppélia (Villagers and War and Discord corps)
Diamonds (Finale) (Corps)
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bottom’s Companions)
Scotch Symphony (Soloist Men)
Stars & Stripes (Men’s Regiment; Ensemble Men)
Stravinsky Violin Concerto
Symphony in C (2nd movement)
La Sylphide (Madge, Reel Couples)
Blake Works I
Etudes (excerpt) (Gentlemen)
The Infinite Ocean
Mrs. Robinson (Mr. Braddock, originated ensemble)
The Big Hunger
Sandpaper Ballet (Ensemble)
The Little Mermaid (Poet)
Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming
Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes
Björk Ballet (originated)
Salome (Guards and created a Hostages role)
“… two united in a single soul…”
The Rising (originated Corps)
Symphony #9 and Piano Concerto #1 in Shostakovich Trilogy
Opus 19/The Dreamer
Cinderella (Puppeteers, Winter corps, Tree Pulling Man, Tree Gnomes, and Courtiers)
- Danced Franz in Coppélia, Yen-Li Chen Ballet School, Chandler, Arizona, 2017.
What are some of your favorite roles or ballets you've danced while at SF Ballet?
The Poet in John Neumeier’s The Little Mermaid, Justin Peck’s Rodeo, and actor #3 (AKA “Lamp”) in Midsummer Nights Dream.
When I'm not working, I enjoy...
I love San Francisco because...
Because of its great food scene.
Who are some of your favorite choreographers to work with at SF Ballet?
Working with Yuri Possokhov is always a great experience. He has fantastic choreographic instincts and always thinks of dynamic and exciting choreography especially for the men in his work.
What are the first three things that you do every morning?
Put on music, a podcast, or audiobook, make coffee, and shower.