Amanda has been dancing since she is 3 years old and has been a part of the L.A Dance family for over 20 years. She has been trained and specializes in many different styles such as tap, jazz, contemporary, lyrical and hip hop. She has performed on New York 1 news and Fox 5 news with L.A Dance to perform a tribute dance dedicated to Michael Jackson. She has also performed at Fox 5 studios to celebrate the New York Yankees World Series win in 2009. She has trained at Broadway Dance Center in NYC as well as numerous dance conventions such as Monsters of Hip Hop, Pulse, Jump, and Ash. Her unique style has gotten her recognized by choreographers such as Ian Eastwood and Brian Puspos. She hopes to teach her students how to love dance and embrace their own unique style in everything they do. When she isn’t teaching dance, she is working as a full time pastry chef in New York City.