Virginia’s interdisciplinary approach has been forged in the heat of managing multiple projects from start to finish. She recently produced Dance on the Shore as result of a residency at Marc's Madness in North Vancouver. She also was invited as artist in residence at Parkgate Community Centre. Through the Artstarts Mentorship program Virginia was recently able to work with dancer and choreographer Kim Sato. She teaches in North Vancouver working with all ages. Her early performance experiences include dancing with the Karen Jamieson Dance Company and solos created for her by Serge Bennathan and Cornelius Fischer-Credo. Virginia is grateful to have danced as guest artist with the Dancers of Damelahamid and to have learned with Elder Margaret Harris. She graduated with a BA from the European Dance Development Centre, part of the ArtEz University of the Arts in Arnhem, The Netherlands. In Arnhem, her process developed and gained momentum amongst an international community of dancers, artists and master teachers. Virginia's journey has been enriched through sharing it with husband Frank and their two children. Virginia invites participants, collaborators and audience to discover the passion in all of us to apply our signature style in creative, collaborative and fun projects that celebrate and connect communities. Fabric , lettering, design, voice, paper, music, creative writing and theatre are all aspects of her practice that weave through the dance. Virginia enjoys teaching and inviting her students to co create with artistic work that is dynamic, creative and adaptable to a variety of settings. The design of each class is generating the results of her broad body of knowledge regarding physical conditioning, body awareness and tension relief. Some of the recurrent themes in her work include transformation, contrasts, conflict resolution, resurrection and love.