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Jaimie Joseph



Jaimie Joseph’s journey to dance was a bit off the beaten path.  As first generation Americans, her parents came to the US in hopes to have a better life for their family.  Born in the south side of Dallas, Texas Jaimie was raised with her head in the books and hobbies coming dead last.  Growing up she would watch episodes of Soul Train and dance around the living room trying to learn the latest dance moves.  Her passion for dance grew from sneaking into parties with her sisters and dancing the night away as often as possible.  After getting her Masters in Accounting and working up the corporate ladder, she always found herself daydreaming about dance and yearning more from life. It wasn’t until a good friend knocked some sense into her and asked, “If you knew you couldn’t fail, what would you want to do?”.  Her gut response was dance and from that moment she never looked back.


Currently, Jaimie resides in New York City and has been training as a dancer learning from some of the industry's best teachers & choreographers. Having the opportunity to train in professional programs created by some of the industry’s greatest - Rhapsody James (Motivating Excellence), Luam Keflezgy (Rock The Industry), Jessica Castro (Lipstick Diaries) and Aisha Francis (What I Wish they Told Me).


Professionally, Jaimie was featured in the international Adidas campaign “My Girls” where the brand showcased woman in dance and their personal stories.  She has gone onto tour for Billboard Latin winning artist, Toby Love, and has performed to millions of viewers on Saturday Night Live and Good Morning America.  Additionally, she has been featured in music videos for recording artist Elijah Blake and performed for corporate brands such Google and YouTube.  Jaimie’s acting credits include commercials for Lucille Roberts Fitness as well as Jersey Mike’s Subs.


Jaimie’s passion and pursuit for dance can be summed up in four words, “All In or Nothing”.