Aubrey began dance with ballet and tap at age four. She has taken many classes over the last twenty five years ranging from jazz and hip-hop, to ballet and ballroom. In and out of the years however, modern dance has been her fundamental form of expression. Aubrey’s exposure to modern dance came in 1993 when she began class with Deborah Brockus. She loved the new shapes, different timing and unexpected strength she acquired with the art mode. Under the instruction of Danielle Everts and Joyce Ctvrtlik, high school assisted Aubrey in molding her views of modern/jazz choreography. She met and became friends with Bryana Verner. A dancer, Aubrey says has “the ability to make you forget there is anything but dance.”
A Long Beach, California native, Aubrey relocated to Nevada County with her husband, Michael. Her passion for movement drove her to explore the dance community, which led her to Lovie Bucknell. Taking class and attending workshops to strengthen her muscles and abilities are constantly on her calendar. Aubrey has embraced new technique with The Movement Alliance and feels blessed to find herself among these dancers. Most recently, Aubrey choreographed movement for a production of Rosencrantz & Guilenstern are Dead and Anthony and Cleopatra for the company Synthetic Unlimited, as well as for Colfax High School students Spring Musical.