They worked together as artists of Company E, performing regularly at the JFK Center for the Performing Arts and traveling to over 10 countries through U.S. State Department cultural diplomacy tours. Their work abroad has influenced them to view dance as a universal language that can connect people across different cultures and beliefs, and they use this as a driving force in their creative collaborations and educational programs.
Their choreographic collaborations have been presented by festivals and companies across the U.S., including McCallum Theatre Choreography Festival, Women in Dance Conference 2019, CHOP SHOP Dance Festival,
The NYC Dance Gallery Festival, NC Dance Festival, Palm Desert Choreography Festival, Bellingham Repertory Dance, Atlanta Dance Collective, Stavna Ballet and Company E.
They won the Audience Choice Award in the 2018 NYC Dance Gallery Festival, were voted "Artists Who Most Pushed the Boundaries with the Human Body" by Asheville Fringe and are recipients of a McDowell Regional Artist Grant.