Dance Director/ Choreographer
Represented by Go2 Talent Agency, she has modeled for KTRNA Wear and worked on professional projects with Daft Punk, Pharrell Williams, Flash Mob America, MAC Cosmetics, All Wheel Sports, YouTube, DanceOn, the WNBA Sparks, LA Fashion Week, the movie Ted 2, and more! She was part of the 2014 and 2015 "LA KISS Girls," the dance squad for the Arena Football League team, LA KISS, owned by Gene Simmons & Paul Stanley, and was captain her second year. In December of 2017, she landed a major role as the Slave of the Ring & dance captain in “Aladdin & His Winter Wish,” produced by Lythgoe Family Panto and directed by the well-known Spencer Liff. Besides professional dancing, she has travelled to studios and schools who bring her in as a "guest choreographer" and "master class teacher.” For the past 3 years, she has been choreographing Halloween, Summer, & Christmas shows for Cedar Fair amusement parks around the US, under the production of All Wheel Sports. She also is a professional assistant for KBM Talent, a dance workshop owned by the famous Krista Miller. With that workshop she has been fortunate enough to travel and dance around the world, including Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, Australia, New Zealand, and all over the US.
Now, Alexis is so honored to be the ‘Dance Director’ of SHE IS. She has had the incredible opportunity to represent the organization as a performer/choreographer at events like Carnival Choreographers Ball, Club Jete, Dream Builder’s “A Brighter Future for Children,” plus many more benefits and fundraisers! In November 2016, the team travelled to Cambodia to work with another non-profit, Daughters of Cambodia, where they taught dance and bonded with the girls and boys rescued from sex-trafficking.
For Alexis, being a part of SHE IS has put meaning back into her dancing. Dancing for something that’s more than herself is the greatest feeling. She loves being able to lift spirits and put smiles onto faces while doing something she’s so passionate about. Bonding with these survivors puts life into perspective, and just reminds her that genuine human connection and self love are so important.