Jaime is a native to Boise where she started dancing at the age of two. She teaches all styles of dance specializing in Jazz, Hip Hop, Lyrical, Contemporary, Tap, Ballet & children classes. Jaime is the Owner & Director of Artistic Dance Company. She currently teaches Jazz at Boise State University where she co-choreographed the production “Thoroughly Modern Millie” for the Boise State University Theater Department held at the Morrison Center. Jaime was the Director/Choreographer for the Boise Burn Football Arena Hotshots Dancers from 2007-2009. In 2006, Jaime moved from Denver where she had been dancing with the Colorado Contemporary Dance Co. in addition to touring with the Damsels Dance Revue and Moment’s Notice Entertainment Company. She danced and served as a co-captain for the Denver Nuggets Dancers. She taught for many local dance studios while in Denver in addition to coaching the Buff Gold Dance Team at University of Colorado. Her extensive choreography and modeling experience includes major companies such as Foley’s & Nordstrom. A highlight was with Everlast Active Apparel in the Magic International Show where she performed with celebrities Evander Holyfield, L.L. Cool J, P. Diddy, Snoop Dogg, and Lil’ Kim. She has performed for both television and video. Her commercial work includes Budweiser, the Denver Bronco’s and the Denver Nuggets. While living in Los Angeles she worked on the set of Lifetime’s “Any Day Now.” She was the opening act for the Burlesque performer Dita Von Teese. Jaime also traveled with Royal Caribbean and worked as a dancer while traveling through the Caribbean islands. Prior to her travels, Jaime performed with the Boise State University Mane Line Dancers. She was titled “Miss Super Sensational Collegiate” in Santa Barbara her freshman year. Jaime graduated from BSU with a Bachelor’s Degree in Addiction Studies. Jaime has a wide range of students that followed in her footsteps and went on to become professional dancers. These students have danced for Michael Jackson, Florence & the Machine, Jennifer Lopez, MTV Music Awards, VH1 Music Awards, So You Think You Can Dance, Denver Bronco Cheerleaders, Denver Nugget Dancers, San Antonio Spurs Dancers, St. Louis Ram Cheerleaders and Disneyland dancers just to name a few. Jaime hopes to inspire more dancers to be comfortable in their own skin and always follow their dreams.
Stephanie has been dancing since the age of three and is passionate about teaching, choreographing, and instilling the love of dance in her students. She studied ballet in Boise under various instructors including Vasile Petrutiu and was involved in many local performance groups. She was a featured tap dancer in Boise Music Week’s production of 42nd Street. She continued studying ballet at BSU with Marla Hansen and apprenticed with Idaho Dance Theatre before moving to California where she was the preschool director for the Camarillo Academy of Performing Arts, and also helped develop & institute a ballet curriculum there. In 2005, she was privileged to attend David Howard’s Teachers’ Training Workshop in New York City. Stephanie loves exploring new styles of dance & helping her students to grow as artists and reach their full potential. She will be entering her 25th year of teaching and is thrilled to be starting a new journey with Artistic Dance Company!
Danielle was born and raised in Boise, Idaho. She began dancing at the age of three and hasn’t stopped since. Danielle trained at local studios in Boise where she competed in various competitions in the northwest. She also performed at many local community events. After graduation Danielle began attending Boise State University where she is currently studying Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering, and of course a minor in Dance. She continues her dance education at BSU with Marla Hansen, Yurek Hansen, and Jaime Moore. She has also been a part of Focus Dance Ensemble for the past two years under the direction of Gonzalo Valdez. She has also recently joined an all styles company, FUSE, where she continues to learn from various dancers and choreographers around the valley. Passing on her knowledge as a dance teacher is something Danielle is very excited to do here at Artistic Dance Company.
After being involved in dance for the past 16 years, Kendyl is positive that dance is where lies her true passion and happiness in life. Kendyl has been dancing since she was three years old when she began her training in Pendleton, Oregon as a member of Jr. Jam Dance Studio. It was in Pendleton that Kendyl was given her roots in dance and that her true passion and love for dance blossomed. She began working as an assistant for Debbie Kishpaugh in her studio when she was ten years old. She was a captain of her high school dance team for two years and was a member of two State Champion teams and two fourth placing dance teams. During Kendyl’s senior year she was chosen as a member of the Oregon All-State Dance Team and received the Oregon Dance Scholarship. Kendyl has attended Tremaine Dance Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada for the past four years and has taken classes from some of the best choreographers in the nation. She has also attended and assisted at Thunderbird Dance Camp in Oregon. Kendyl trained and danced with the pre-professional dance company, Focus Dance Ensemble, under the direction of Jaime Moore-McLean for one season. Kendyl is now a junior at Boise State University. She is majoring in Elementary education and minoring in Dance. Kendyl not only has a passion for dance, but teaching others who share a passion for dance as well. She believes that dance is something that has many purposes in life, but more than anything its purpose is to be enjoyed.
Alex graduated from Boise State University with a degree in Theatre Arts Performance Emphasis. He is an actor, dancer and choreographer. Alex was the lead role playing the part of Puck in Boise State University Theatre Art’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. Another Boise State University play he was in was “The Flu Season,” produced by the Theatre Majors Association. Last year, he was in Little Shop of Horrors produced by The Banner Studios. Alex has done commercial work for Idaho Lottery and is in his first independent film coming out later this year called “Free Meal.” He studied artist/actor training under the Siti Company which is based out of New York City. For two years, Alex was an apprentice with Idaho Dance Theatre under the direction of Marla Hansen. Alex was the co-producer for Boise’s first dance battle/showcase called “For the Sole,” which was an entertainment event dedicated to donating shoes for children in need. Alex was an avid Boise State University Dance Marathon philanthropist promoting the children at St. Luke’s hospital. Alex created a Podcast called Alexander the Curious George. In his spare time, he works part time as a chef and assistant manager for his family owned restaurant called Chiang Mai House Thai. Alex believes there is no limit to imagination and he has a deep appreciation for arts and sciences. He believes both have to coexist to make sense of the world we live in. Alex enjoys sharing his love of dance and passion for the arts with his students. This will be Alex’s fourth season teaching at ADC.
Kennedy began her dance training at the age of 6 at Desert Shores Dance Academy in Las Vegas, Nevada. There she trained in tap, jazz, and ballet. When her family relocated to Roseville, CA, Kennedy continued her training at the Northern California Dance Conservatory (NCDC) with classes in ballet, modern, contemporary, pointe, tap, and hip hop. At NCDC, she had the opportunity to learn from Sidra Bell (Sidra Bell Dance New York), Lee Wei Chao (Lines Ballet), Anthony Lomuljo (Royal Swedish Ballet) and many more. She trained with the Northern California Dance Conservatory for 10 years where she was a featured soloist for several productions. She currently trains with Marla Hansen as a Company Member for Idaho Dance Theatre, a professional contemporary dance company in the Treasure Valley. When she’s not in the studio, Kennedy is working as a Registered Nurse in Boise. Kennedy is happy to continue on to her fifth year with her ADC family
Tori began her dance training at the age of four at The Rhythm Room in Jefferson, Iowa. She started with the basics of tap and ballet and advanced into jazz and Hip-hop. She fell in love with dance within the first few years of taking class, loving tap and hip-hop the most. When she moved to Idaho she continued her dance education at Fort Boise Recreation Center taking Hip-Hop, tap and cheerleading. At age 10 she started taking class at Pat Harris School of Dance where she studied ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, hip-hop, and participated in their Petite Company for 5 years. At age 13 she started studying dance at Artistic Dance Company under the instruction of Jaime Moore-McLean and Stephanie Birdsall. She started assisting with classes when she was 15 years old. It was in these years that Tori fell in love with teaching and sharing her passion of dance with others. Tori is currently studying at Boise State University pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. Tori is excited to start her first year as an instructor and to share her passion of dance with her students.
Sabrina was born and raised in Seaside, Oregon where she started her training in classical ballet, jazz, tap, modern, hip hop, musical theater, and contemporary. She danced on scholarship most of her adolescent years and performed in productions of The Nutcracker, excerpts from Paquita, Gloria, La Bayadere, and Sleeping Beauty along with countless others. Sabrina attended Utah Valley University on a full dance scholarship and graduated summa cum laude in 2017 earning her BFA in Dance with a ballet emphasis. During that time she was a member of UVU’s Repertory Ballet Ensemble where she danced and choreographed 6+ hours a day. In conjunction with the ensemble, she performed with Utah Regional Ballet, presently Utah Metropolitan Ballet, where she was able to perform in Balanchine’s Serenade, a world premiere of Snow White, various original contemporary works, and many others. Sabrina started assistant teaching when she was 11 years old and there found her love of watching others grow in dance. She has now been teaching and choreographing for several dance studios in the area as well as across the pacific northwest for over 10 years. Sabrina became a company member of Idaho Dance Theatre, a professional contemporary company located in the Treasure Valley, in 2017 and continues to perform professionally with them. Sabrina loves to share her excitement and knowledge of dance with others and is excited to be a part of ADC.
Born and raised in Cape Cod Massachusetts, Isabelle began dancing at the age of 3. She began pre-professional training at the Turning Pointe Dance Studio in Falmouth MA at the age of 11. Isabelle has performed and competed with various classical and contemporary works. She was an awarded participant in the Youth America Grand Prix competition and received the silver medal at The Connecticut Classics for her solo works. She attended summer intensives in New York on scholarship from 2013-2019. Isabelle was a company trainee with Ballet Austin in Austin, Texas under the direction of Stephen Mills for their 2019-2020 season. She is now a trainee with Ballet Idaho under the direction of Garret Anderson.