Angie is an enthusiastic, impassioned, and masterful dance instructor bringing over two decades of experience teaching all ages. She is a certified advanced instructor of tap and ballet, and has exemplary qualifications for teaching lyrical, contemporary, jazz, acrobatics, improvisation, preschool dance, and musical theater. After over a decade of successful studio ownership, she sold a growing and thriving dance studio in 2017 and now carries her talent, expertise, and energy into classrooms across the Charleston area. Her students have countless accolades in the competition industry, including choreography awards, dance titles, and top scores, and her studio was awarded the Association of Dance Competitions and Conventions’ 2015 “Studio of Excellence”. She has been hosted as a master instructor by SC Dance Association, DanceMasters of America, Columbia Conservatory (school of Columbia City Ballet), Wando High School, and more.

Angie also teaches non-traditional classes through her organization, FEELanthropi Integrative Arts, for specially-abled dancers, those with movement and memory challenges, and developmental youth programs; she is the Unified Dance instructor for the City of Charleston, Town of Mount Pleasant, Wando High School, and James Island Charter High School. She also teaches Move for Parkinson’s in Charleston and Columbia. 

In addition to offering guest and master classes at studios and organizations across the Lowcountry and the Southeastern US, she is a staff instructor at several local studios where she offers tap, musical theater, and other classes for all ages and levels. She enjoys ongoing education through such prestigious training as the Dance Teacher Summit NYC, Dance Life Retreat Center, and instructor/business classes at industry conventions. She is a Director/Choreographer/Director of Dance Studies at FAME Performing Arts, and is on staff at DanceFX Charleston and United We Dance (Summerville). She offers DanceTots and TumbleTots classes for the City of Charleston recreation department.