began her dance career at Sarah Lawrence College under the mentorship of
Bessie Shoenberg and trained at The Merce Cunningham Studio in New York
City. She was a founding member of The Margaret Jenkins Dance Co. in
San Francisco, and continued her professional career as co-artistic
director of Dances for 1 and 2, establishing her own dance company in
1983. Since moving to Sonoma County, she has worked extensively with
youth and adults through her classes at Downtown Dance/Art Space, Analy
High School and The Sebastopol Community Center. She founded All City
Dance, a teen dance company and is now involved in creating The
Continuum Dance Project, a performing company encompassing ages 8 to 60.
Her choreography has been performed throughout the U.S. and in other
countries since 1974. She is a recipient of a National Endowment for
the Arts award for choreography.