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Dakota Moore



Dakota Moore is a lover of movement and physicality. In her teenage years, she discovered her love of dancing and attended the Ailey School in New York City in partnership with Professional Performing Arts high school. There she had the privilege of dancing works by Pedro Ruiz, Adrienne Hurd, Tina Bush, L. Hassan Blandford, and Kristen McGrew. Shortly after graduating, she trained at Lines Ballet in San Francisco where she lived for a year performing works by Gregory Dawson and Keelan Whitmore.  After returning to New York City she has performed works by Abdur-Rahim Jackson and Benoit Swan Pouffer including Matrix Destination, American Express Unstaged Ellie Goulding, and the Tracy Reese fashion show.  Dakota is also working in the fashion industry where she has been featured in Seventeen Magazine, Essence, Glamour, Marie Claire, and Elle. Her love of movement has allowed her to combine fashion and dance in an effort to fuel her exploration of the art world.