~ About ~
Height: 154com/5'4" Weight: 59kgs/127 lb
Hair: Shaved/Brown Eyes: Brown
Dancing since she was two years old, Nolly could dance before she could walk. Train in Jazz, hip hop Commercial, Ballet, Nolly quickly discovered that this is what she wanted to do for the rest of her life.
Nolly completed her Certificate IV in Dance and Performance at Dance Factory in Richmond, and 2 years of training at Spectrum Dance under the direction of Trish Squire-Rogers. In 2012-2013 she received the opportunity to train in New York City at Broadway Dance Centre in all styles, including ballet, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Hip hop, contemporary and many more. She then moved to Los Angeles where she learnt from some of the world’s leading choreographers such as Tony Tzar, Jeremy Strong, Galen Hooks and Brian and Scott Nicholson.
In 2013 Nolly started her international career with the DreamWorks cast with Royal Caribbean Cruise lines. She was fortunate enough to be coordinator where, not only was she responsible for her cast, but she was responsible for communicating and collaborating with the heads of other departments to ensure DreamWorks entertainment was always at its best.
Nolly has performed live on the Grand Final Footy show 3 years in a row, as well the opening ceremony for the 2000 Olympic games. More recently performing as a specialty dancer with Salman Khan for the Melbourne leg of his DA-BANG Tour, and danced in DSP Live Aus/NZ Tour. She has also performed with TruStar Entertainment in their 'Fun House Show' throughout Australia, and many corporate events and functions around Melbourne such as Masters of Choreography's - Nightmare on Dance Street 2, the Little Black Dress Gala, and many more.
As well as performing Nolly loves to share her passion and knowledge to not only the younger generations just starting out but for all ages and abilities. She has been teaching Hip hop, Commercial, Heels foundation/choreography, Jazz and Contemporary, at various school around Melbourne for 11 years. She loves sharing her experiences and love for dance with as many people as she can. She thrives on seeing her students grow and become the best performers they can possibly be.