Brooklyn started her dance training at the age of 3 and continued to dance competitively for 15 years. In her years of training, she studied many different styles such as ballet, jazz, hip hop, lyrical and contemporary at different dance studios in Northeast Ohio. She has attended many different dance conventions and competitions where she received national titles and scholarships. At the age of 10, Brooklyn met Tokyo who allowed her to assist him at WILD dance convention and at other dance studios in Ohio. Those were the experiences where she felt she grew the most as a dancer and recognized her passion for the contemporary style. She has also worked with other contemporary choreographers such as Brooke Pierotti, Chaz Buzan, Talia Favia and Ricky Palomino.
After graduating high school, Brooklyn chose to continue her studies at Cleveland State University where she is working on receiving her Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences and prospers to receive her Doctorate in Occupational Therapy. Although she is in school she finds time to express her passion for dance by teaching workshop classes and choreographing for group routines and soloists. Also, she was able to bring the art of contemporary to a hip hop based training center- CityBreaks CLE, and had the opportunity to be a part of their performance team at different local events.