Miss Camryn Brunson
Camryn has been dancing since the age of five when she took her very first ballet class. At seven years old, she joined the competition team at a local dance studio. Then, when Miss Nichole opened the doors to Dancers Edge, Camryn was eager to be a part of it. From the very beginning, she considered the studio a home away from home and everyone at Dancer’s Edge family.
Camryn was a competitive dancer and performed in many successful production numbers, group dances, and specialties. She also learned other skills, outside of studio training, through the Brighton High School poms team. Camryn is trained in ballet, pointe, jazz, lyrical, tap, hip hop, and poms. Highlights of her time as a Dancer’s Edge student include being chosen as Dancer of the Year in 2014, receiving the Inspire Award in 2019, and being given the Kindness Award in 2021. Camryn’s proudest moments as a teacher include her students being recognized as Regional Champions and receiving the Entertainment Award. However, nothing is more rewarding to her than seeing her student’s passion and dedication for dance.
Outside of dance, Camryn graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from Metropolitan State University of Denver in 2023. She is now working to obtain her Master’s Degree in Education as well as her Teacher License. Camryn is passionate about being a positive role model, creating a fun environment, and encouraging the love of dance. She loves being a part of the Dancer’s Edge staff, as it combines two of her favorite things, dancing and teaching kids.
Miss Sierra Moots
Bio and picture coming soon!
Ms JeniSue Lopez
JeniSue Lopez has been active in the dance world for 30 years now! She began competing regionally and nationally at the age of 5 and began traveling the U.S. as an assistant to her director at the age of 11. JeniSue performed with the Boulder based professional jazz company Blue Moon, also at the age of 11. She started training from world renowned dancers on the convention circuit, on a scholarship basis, then graduated High School early to continue her dance studies in Los Angeles. While in Los Angeles, JeniSue at 17, signed with an agent and trained at the Edge Performing Arts Center as well as the Millennium Performing Arts Complex.
JeniSue has trained in Cecchetti, Balanchine and Vaganova ballet methods from principal dancers of the Joffrey Ballet, Kirov Ballet, and New York City Ballet. While ballet is where her heart and soul is, she is trained in numerous other styles of dance including jazz, contemporary, tap and hip-hop to name a few. She also trained in the modern style of Graham, from one of Martha Graham’s original company members. JeniSue performed with the professional dance company Dream Project from 2009 to 2012.
JeniSue has been teaching for 18 years, 15 years of those she has also directed Competition Teams. She has been Directing, Choreographing and Creating her own shows for 8 years including titles such as The Nutcracker, The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Wizard of Oz, and Alice in Wonderland. JeniSue continues her dance education annually in Los Angeles as well as in the Denver convention circuit.
Some of JeniSue’s most rewarding credits include being a mother to her daughter Jaydalyn, and sons Jacob Lane and Jedd Thomas.
Greg Morgan came to dance late in life, regardless in 8 years he has learned much about dance. He was first introduced to dance at Brighton High School but his formal training started at Colorado Mesa University under former Witchita Ballet Theater principal ballerina and Rockette, Melonie Murray. He graduated from Colorado Mesa with a Bachelors in dance and a second Bachelor in public relations/advertising. He has also danced professionally with several regional dance companies including, Beyond Boundaries Dance Collective, Saltwash Theater, Push/Don't Pull Dance Theater and Colorado Mesa Repertory Dance. Most recently he was featured as a ballet soloist at the Colorado Girl Scouts National Think Day. He has also performed at various venues across Colorado including the historic Wheeler Opera House in Aspen, Colorado, the Lakewood Cultural Center and Cleo Parker Robinson. Mr. Greg has also taught creative movement workshops for children as part of the summer program for Zion Lutheran School in Brighton as well as teaching many other genres at studios throughout the Denver Metro Area. His excitement for new adventures in dance is only rivaled by his passion for teaching. His goal is to inspire the next generation of dancers to be beautiful, bold and big!
Miss Destiny Archuleta
Destiny Archuleta was born and raised in Colorado where she began dancing at age four. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance from Colorado Mesa University where she studied under many professional artists. Destiny was professionally trained in Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop, Modern, Contemporary and Tap. She has had the opportunity to work with guest artists such as Matt Montenegro and The Company Fam, Dantre Lara, and Peter DiMuro. She has also taken intensive workshops with people such as Mike Esperanza, Paul Taylor, Valentino Vladimirov, Courtney Jones, Hamilton Evans, and Kyle Hanagami. These connections and more have led her to where she is today!
Destiny has danced professionally around the world. Starting at Duke University where she was part of a program called the American Dance Festival - Professional Workshop for Education. She then went on to New York for the Bates Dance Festival Gibney Connect Dance (Winter Intensive). After these workshops, Destiny went across seas to perform in Italy with Amalgamate dance company and DAMAGEDANCE company. She found herself back in Denver, CO where she has performed with the Moraporvida Dance Company and other professional artists/companies around the Denver Metro Area!
Alongside her dance journey, Destiny earned her Master’s degree in education at Regis University and is a full time teacher outside of Dancer's Edge. When earning her masters degree, she researched the positive impact that dance has in the general education classroom.
Every day she continues to grow her craft for herself and her students. Destiny feels grateful for the gift God has given her to dance, make connections and the opportunity to provoke a positive message through art and education.
Miss Felicity Moots
Bio coming soon!
My name is Nichole Moots and I am the Director at Dancer's Edge! I am a Colorado native and I started my dancing career at age 4 at Miller's Dance Studio in Aurora, Colorado! From the basement of Mr. Millers house to one of four different studios, I studied all areas of dance with a main focus in Ballet. I have performed in multiple shows including Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid and the Nutcracker. I have taught ballet, tap, jazz, poms and hip hop for over 20 years mostly in the Brighton area. My favorite to teach is Hip hop! I started Dancer's Edge at Zion Lutheran school (where I also taught preschool) as an after school program for those not able to participate in the arts. We continue to grow every year and love welcoming new families to our program. We have participated in several dance competitions taking home many awards but what we are most proud of is receiving the "Heart of gold" award from DreamMakers dance competition as well as several studio excellences awards. I am honored to have received the 2019 Master in Cultural Arts in Education Award from the city of Brighton and the 2023 Best of the Best for dance studios in Brighton! I am a huge promoter of positive self-esteem and encourage all of our dancers to reach deep, love what they do and walk by faith!
Miss Chloey Hillerman
Chloey grew up in Colorado and started dancing at the late age of 15. She has trained in the Vaganova (Russian) Method of ballet at various schools such as Colorado Ballet Pre-Professional Program, National Ballet of Denver, and Denver Ballet Theatre Academy. She has also spent summers training at Kirov Academy of Ballet, Next Generation Ballet, and Oklahoma City Ballet.
Chloey has danced for several years as a professional ballerina with Ballet Ariel. Over the years she has gotten the opportunity to be featured in roles such as: Red Riding Hood (Sleeping Beauty), Neapolitan and Czardas (Swan Lake), Duet from La Vivandiere, Abonne's Girlfriend (Degas), Fritz and Spanish Dance, (Nutcracker). She also teaches spin classes and has a love of fitness! Chloey hopes to share the beauty of ballet with her students, expressing the heart in each movement, and embracing athleticism as dancers!