Julianne Harman Watts has 15+ years of formal dance instruction. She began dancing at the age of three and continued through college. Most of her training was from the Gilbert Studio of Dance Arts under the instruction of Nan Rikard and Mary Kay Rowell. While at this studio, Juli was the recipient of a Tap Scholarship. Although her love has always been Tap, she was also trained in Jazz, Modern, Ballet, and Clogging. While in high school, Juli taught at the dance school for three years. In addition to the activities at the dance school, Juli was also one of the original members of the Lexington County Youth Dance Company. During college, she danced with a student-run dance group at Clemson University.  Juli is the mother of three girls who all love to dance too!

Selena Taylor is a graduate from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor’s Degree in Theater.  She is also a Certified Theater Teacher.  Selena began dancing and singing at the age of 3.  She has studied Clogging, Jazz, Lyrical and Hip-Hop under Denise Gaines, Rhonda Marchant, Danyele Gardner and other teachers/professors.  She was involved in Competitive Dance at a very young age.  Selena has studied voice under Lexington Choral Society’s Director Hal McIntosh and Kimberly Byrd.  Selena previously owned # 1 Dance Company where she conducted 4 successful Dance Recitals and her studio won many platinum awards.  In 2004 Selena won Top Choreographer and Teacher Award at the Star Systems Dance Competition and in 2005 her clogging team were State Champs at the State Championship Dance Competition in Myrtle Beach.  Besides Selena’s vocal and dance talents, she also loves the Theater.  She has performed many productions including Oliver, Guys and Dolls, Beverly Hillbillies, and Fame.  Selena continues to be involved with her community and the arts.  She has a true passion for the arts and teaching the arts to children.  She owes all her talent to the Lord Jesus Christ!