Her passion, talent, and drive earned her scholarships at world-renowned dance schools across North America. Stephanie garnered dance techniques from masters at the prestigious and largest ballet troupe in Canada, The National Ballet of Canada; Royal Winnipeg Ballet; and her most significant scholarship from Edge Performing Arts Center in Los Angeles. Stephanie holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Kinetics from the University of British Columbia, a Diploma in Sports Science, & is a certified personal trainer & kinesiologist.
Represented by Da Costa Agency in Canada & Bloc Agency in the USA, Stephanie has over 20 years international experience in the dance and performance arts industry and is currently working as an award-winning choreographer, instructor, performer, and competitive judge. Her extensive body of work includes television, film, and live performance having worked on Disney's Freaky Friday, The Magicians, The Flash, Supergirl, Lucifer, Campbell’s Soup, Smallville, John Tucker Must Die, Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, Sucker Punch, Hellcats, Nickelodeon movie Rags and Girl vs. Monster.
Stephanie is the Artistic Director of PŪR Movement; the premier and award winning active lifestyle studio specializing in dance, fitness, energy therapy, and Power Plate® Training. She is the founder and creator of popular certified dance/fitness programs such as SexyStilettos Dance®, PŪR Barre,and HIIT x FLOW. Recently, Stephanie has been teaching Community Classes for Lululemon Richmond, and works with high performance Synchronized Swimmers on mastering their technique, performance, flexibility and strength both in and out of the water.
Stephanie’s creativity and budding entertainment empire has attracted media attention from The Globe & Mail, Miss World Canada, FMA Weekly, newspapers, Internet lifestyle magazines, & numerous featured interviews. Her professional dance experience, coupled with her educational background, has made Stephanie unique and sought after as movement specialist for Skate Canada, dance institutions, and the entertainment industry.