7th January 2019 Carly Cotton

“As A Student At UC Berkeley, I Fell In Love With The Emotional Storytelling That Dance Conveyed”

Forbes Featured – Quynh Mai, Founder & CEO

“My first job after graduating college with a degree in Art History was working as a tour manager for a modern dance company. As a student at UC Berkeley, I fell in love with the emotional storytelling that dance conveyed, having been a dancer myself over the years. I dreamed of living in NYC, so I accepted an internship at the Bill T. Jones Dance Company and worked my way up to Company Manager. I booked and managed tours all over the world and worked directly with the daring and controversial Bill T. Jones, who was met with protests for featuring nudity on stage and touching on racial subject matter. This experience gave me some perspective from both PR and production points of view, which I’ve parlayed into work with fashion and portrait photographers including Annie Leibovitz.” > READ ARTICLE

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