Taylor Saxelby is a 21 year old dreamer, originally from Denver, Colorado. She started her dance training at 13 years old and packed her bags to concur Los Angeles two weeks after she turned 18. Taylor has trained from the most sought after choreographers in the country and has a wide range of dance capabilities including, but not limited to Jazz, Ballet, Contemporary, and Hip Hop. After signing with MTA, her professional career took off. Taylor has been featured in several commercials including; Walgreens, Zumba World Party, Samsung, and Yamaha. She also has toured with Mac Cosmetics and danced in countless industrials with Reebok. Most recently, Taylor was featured on Youtube stars EMT channel, and you can catch her in Dierks Bentley’s new upcoming music video. Since persuing her dance career, Taylor has expandedinto many acting and modeling opportunities. Taylor has modeled for Stila Cosmetics, several online clothing companies, and Reebok’s 2013 lookbook.
Hannah Clarke has been training and dancing for the majority of her life. She is a graduate of The Pointe Dance Academy, where she trained for eight years. Hannah has studied with many sought after choreographers and is trained in a wide variety of dance genres. Throughout her time at the Pointe, she won many scholarships at dance competitions and conventions and also had the wonderful opportunity to be a part of the Celebrity Crew at their National Competition and the Celebrity Create Show. Hannah has been an assistant for Talia Favia at many dance studios as well as at the In10sive Dance Convention and the Mather Summer Intensive. She also was in Talia Favia’s show, “The Difference Between Sinking and Drowning,” in Phoenix, Arizona. Hannah is thrilled to be sharing her gift as a teacher here at the Pointe. As well as her love for dance, Hannah has dreams of becoming a doctor and is currently in the process of obtaining that goal.
Megan Seagren is currently a Junior dance major at Chapman Univeristy in Orange, California. She is studying Ballet, Modern, Jazz, and Post-Modern work. She has been a part of many dance productions while at Chapman. Last yearshe had the pleasure of being a part of two concerts in the FallChapman Dance Alliance and an understudy for the Fall Faculty Dance Concert. As well as twoconcerts in the Spring (Works in Progress and Concert Intime). This fall she was a part of Chapman Dance Alliance and theFall Faculty Dance Concert, where she danced for Sean Greene (a former principle dancer in Bella Lewitzky’s company). Megan also was a part of Chapman’s American Celebration. This is a full-length musical theatre production as well as a major fundraiser for Chapman. American Celebration brings all of the preforming arts majors together for an amazing collaboration. This Spring, Megan had the opportunity to choreograph for the first time. Her piece, ‘Daybreak’ was in the Works in Progress Dance Concert. She hasalso been in Concert Intime and the Mainstage Dance concert this Spring. This summer she is headed to Duram, North Carolina for the American Dance Festival. She will have the privilege of working along side many amazing modern dancers. The resident companies at ADF this summer include Pilobolus, Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, and Paul Taylor Dance Company.
Caroline Judd, born and raised Denver native, was a state and national champion gymnast for eight years, traveling across the country competing in regional meets. After ending her gymnastics career, her mother forced her into dance and turned out to fall in love with it. Starting dance at a late age of 14, she quickly adapted to the new lifestyle and was determined to make something of herself through the arts. At Pointe Dance, she was granted many opportunities to work with the industries best, training in Ballet, Contemporary, Hip-Hop and Jazz. She now resides in Los Angeles, and after signing with her acting agency has gone on to be featured in upcoming web-series and working with screenwriterfor up-coming TV shows with leading networks.
Bre Moland trained at The Pointe Dance Academy for eight years in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, Tumbling, and Hip Hop. She is now attending Dean College in Franklin, Massachusetts as a dance major on scholarship. Bre is studying Modern, Jazz, Hip Hop, Ballet, and Tap. She plans on receiving her Bachelor’s degree as a dance major, and pursuing a career in performing after she graduates. Bre also has an interest in dance therapy, and in the future would like to attend graduate school at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado and be certified as a dance therapist.