A Story About My Work Face

All of us (except Beyonce) look the same when we wake up… TIRED. This is the transition my face makes every night for Justin Timberlake and the 20/20 Experience (aka my office).

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We’ve Got Spirit, Yes We Do!

  Isn’t it cool that in the same month that I mentioned Justin in a Dance Spirit Letter To My Teenage Self, I got to share the stage with him again… but this time at the 55th Grammy Awards? I’m super-proud of the performance, and also of my growth as an artist. Check out the…

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Before and After: THE GRAMMYS

  Saturday, February 9th; the day before the Grammys. I spent the day picnicking in the park with some of my best friends. The idea was to celebrate a birthday by playing games (of the “catch the object flying through the air” variety), and sharing a meal (of the “not-so-healthy variety”). Internally, stressing out about…

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Slaying Dragons in 2013

If you are like me, you decided to kick 2013 off with about eleventy new years resolutions. One of those is to blog more often (good luck with that). Another is to slay dragons. My first dragon is named CHOREOGRAFEAR, and he has impenetrable scales, sharp talons, and breathes fire. He has been living in a dark cave in my heart for awhile now, and I don’t want to fear him any more.

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Making history with a FAIR MUSIC VIDEO CONTRACT!

On June first 2012, SAG AFTRA and major record labels, reached an agreement on a contract to cover performers in Music videos!!! I had the distinguished honor of serving on the negotiating committee, and I will NEVER forget how it felt to MAKE HISTORY!!!

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Brilliant, or Bogus?

One of my favorite things about art (dance in particular) is that it is completely open to interpretation. This is a film by Henry Hills in 1988. We think it is “something to talk about”… What do YOU think?

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There is not another person I could think of that would be better and more entertaining to put on a show about how dance revolves around life. You'll break a leg watching!!"
-Joey Dowling