Hope Duncan gained her versatile dance training from Dance Dynamics Studio in Macon, Georgia. She was a member of the competition team for six years and won several awards and scholarships. Duncan has been choreographing since the age of 14 and in 2018 her self- choreographed solo won first place and choreography awards at multiple competitions. Since graduating high school, she has choreographed for Dance 411’s Choreography Showcase and produced 7 short dance films. In November of 2019, she co-directed and choreographed a sold out full length dance show titled “The One.” For her senior capstone project she directed, choreographed, and edited a dance music video for Nashville artist Maggie Renfroe. In 2021 Duncan graduated from Kennesaw State University with a BA in dance. During her years in college she performed in five works with the KSU Dance Company, worked on projects with choreographers in Atlanta such as Jon Carr, Rachel Truitt, Caitlin Gray, and Dre Lakin, danced on the CW Channel’s “Legacies,” and secured a spot in Cirque Du Soleil’s database of dancers. She continues her training by taking weekly classes from industry professionals among a wide range of styles, and attending yearly dance conventions and workshops. Her goal as a teacher is to help students grow as an artist and overall individual in a fun and encouraging environment.