CHOREOGRAPHER

 

Patrick has spent his whole life around dance! Over the last 22 years he has been growing as a dancer.  Patrick’s favorite areas of dance are hip hop and tap. He has been teaching both art forms for about 8 years now and loves to share it with others. Patrick currently teaches for Marilyn’s Academy of Dance and travels with Dupree Dance Enterprise, where he teaches a across the nation. Other than teaching Patrick has been a part of the ASU Hip Hop Coalition, Phoenix Mercury Hip Hop Squad, and also has performed for numerous functions around the Phoenix area. His choreography has been seen at dance performances around the U.S. and on television. Patrick also has performed for MTV’s My Super Sweet Sixteen and also at the 2009 NBA All Star game.  Currently, Patrick can be seen at the NBA Phoenix Suns games with his infamous “Dancing Dads”.

 

Patrick shares his love of dance through performing and teaching. He has a fun and energetic personality that reflects through his dancing. He appreciates the help from everyone that has been a part of his success in dance especially Roland Dupree and Marilyn’s Academy of Dance.