Choreographer, IF: Industrial Fashion
“I started dancing at an incredible local dance school here in Williamstown and I love seeing new events in the community that showcase the amazing local talent we have on offer.”
Nicole has been dancing since the age of four and joined Williamstown’s leading performing arts school for children and young adults, MDX in 2003 where she trained for 10 years, performing at school fetes and festivals around Hobsons Bay and competing in national Hip-Hop competitions. Nicole studied at Patrick Studios Australia, graduating in 2015. While at Patrick Studios she performed at the Think Pink Ball held at Crown Palladium, Tuxedo Junction held at the Plaza Ballroom, the Beyond Blue Neon Run and the Dance Cancer Initiative. Nicole joined the MDX teaching faculty in 2012 and taught jazz, tap and ballet to children ages 6-12 for two years. In 2014 Nicole joined the RMS Debutante Presentations Company where she teaches and choreographs routines for debutante balls.
See Nicole Ellis’ work during the Festival in IF: Industrial Fashion