Amy and her husband Kevin met in New York City performing in Broadway shows. After having their first daughter, Gracie, and with Hope on the way, they decided to move back to Kevin’s home in Winter Haven. Amy started her professional career at the age of 12 when she was chosen to be on an ABC TV special with Debbie Allen. She then went on to perform at Busch Gardens in Virginia at 16. She danced as a Summer Kid of the Kingdom at Disney World and later went on to perform at Tokyo Disney. After returning to the United States, she then decided to move to N.Y. City at 19 yrs old. to persue her dream of being on Broadway. Amy landed her Broadway Debut in the production of CATS, where she played five various roles over a four year period. She was chosen by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber for his World Premiere of “Requiem Variations” as the principal dancer along side Greg Burge. Amy was featured in the 25th Anniversary National Tour of Jesus Christ Superstar as a Temptress, also the National Tour of Joseph ...Dreamcoat as the Apache Feature and Featured Dancer in Music of the Night with Sara Brightman. Just before leaving the N.Y.C. dance world, Amy was chosen as a principal dancer in the World Premier workshop production of Billy Joel’s “Movin Out”. She has performed in many National Tours, Commercials and music videos. Amy has had the opportunity to perform with celebrities such as , Gregory Hines , Savion Glover , Rosie O’ Donnell , Sara Brightman, David Letterman, Conan O’ Brian and many more. She has taught Master classes and has judged many competitions around the country. She has studied dance since the age of five in California, New York, Chicago, Ohio (where she grew up) and Japan. After her dream of being on Broadway and being a mommy came true, her next focus was to be able to share her passion and education with young dancers who have dreams of their own! She feels so blessed to be a part of such a wonderful community that welcomed her with open arms! She hopes to be dancing and teaching for as long as God allows her!