I have to confess that when I was reading about your company I pictured you as being much older, but considering you started at such a young age, it makes sense that by now you have a promising company. It seems you found your “element” really quickly. Do you remember the moment you made the decision to become a ballerina?
I decided I wanted to be a professional dancer when I was ten years old. I have always done ballet- since I was five, but I also did a lot of other things. I used to play hockey, kitesurf, I used to be a swimmer and go to competitions from a very young age, but whilst still doing ballet, jazz, hip hop and stuff. But when I was 10 I was spotted by a choreographer who came from France… READ FULL INTERVIEW