Beijing Dance Academy
Rock School for Dance Education
San Francisco Ballet School
San Francisco Ballet School Trainee Program
San Francisco Ballet
Joined the Company as a member of the corps de ballet in 2011
Promoted to soloist in 2016
Promoted to principal dancer in 2018
Don Quixote (Mercedes, Queen of Driads, and Driads)
The Fifth Season
Giselle (Peasants, Solo Wili, and Wilis)
Nutcracker (Party Guests, Queen of the Snow, Snowflakes, Spanish, Arabian, French, Flowers, and Grand Pas de Deux Ballerina)
Romeo & Juliet (Rosaline)
The Sleeping Beauty (Lilac Fairy, Fairy of Darkness/Carabosse, Fairy of Tenderness, and White Cat)
Swan Lake (Aristocrats, Swan Maidens, and Spanish)
Agon (pas de trois)
Divertimento No. 15 (Allegro – Easy Woman)
The Four Temperaments (3rd Theme)
Prodigal Son (Siren)
Symphony in C
Études (excerpt) (Ladies in White)
Suite en Blanc (Cigarette, pas de deux, and pas de trois)
natalia Makarova after marius Petipa
La Bayadère, Act II (“Slow” Solo Shade in “The Kingdom of the Shades”)
hans van Manen
Variations for Two Couples
Your Flesh Shall Be A Great Poem
The Chairman Dances—Quartet for Two (originated)
The Little Mermaid (The Little Mermaid/His Creation)
Raymonda—Act III (First solo)
Guide to Strange Places
“… two united in a single soul…”
From Foreign Lands
Piano Concerto #1 in Shostakovich Trilogy
LET’S BEGIN AT THE END (originated)
The Cage (Novice)
Bound To (pas de deux)
Cinderella (Spirit of Winter/Fluidity and Balinese Princess)
Received the silver medal in the classical dance category at the Youth America Grand Prix, New York City, 2010.
- Danced The Nutcracker at A&A Ballet, Chicago, 2017.
- Danced in the 2015 film of Helgi Tomasson’s Romeo & Juliet (Rosaline) in the inaugural season of Lincoln Center at the Movies: Great American Dance.
- Danced the Act III pas de deux from Tomasson’s The Sleeping Beauty and Myles Thatcher’s Frayed with Carlo Di Lanno at The International Competition for the Erik Bruhn Prize, Toronto, 2015.
What ballet or role would you like to dance but haven't yet?
Lady of the Camellias, Swan Lake, and Carmen because they each have a large acting component and lots of drama.
What has been your proudest moment as a dancer? Why?
I was so shocked and proud when I was chosen to do Snow Queen during my first year at SF Ballet and when I got promoted to soloist in 2016.
When I'm not working, I enjoy...
Traveling to beautiful places.