Teacher | Choregrapher
Jayme Ray Perkins was born and raised in Brandon, Florida. At the age of six her mother decided to enroll her in dance class to give her grace, confidence, an outlet for her energy and more friends. Little did she know that she sparked a life-long interest in her young daughter. She began voraciously absorbing technique and soon started dancing competitively; earning stellar scores, high placements and special awards. At the age of thirteen she sought out choreography; starting with solos for herself and then moving on to duets and groups. Her first group piece entitled “Seussical” earned Platinum medals, First place, Entertainment awards and a coveted Choreography award for the young dancer. From then on she was unstoppable developing a style all her own and earning dozens of Choreography awards. Wanting to continue to teach and choreograph she sought further education in dance. She attended various conventions learning from top artists such as: Tyce Diorio, Tabitha and Napoleon D´umo, Wade Robson, Mandy Moore and the great Mia Michaels.