How did you get into dancing?
I started dancing at a young age, with great encouragement from my parents – they always stressed that I had the talent for soccer, dance and martial arts – and strong potential in these three activities.
What projects are you currently working on?
I’m currently working on the dance for all project and I’m also part of the best Kizomba and Semba group in the world, Tukina.
There’s also the project unification of solid bases of Kizomba and Semba in theory and practice, written and created by myself.
What’s been the most memorable moment of your journey as a dancer, so far?
It would have to be when I became champion of Kizomba and Semba and received my certificate of merit at national and international level.
What advice would you give to up & coming dancers looking at you for inspiration?
Do the dance for love not the money and you will be better than any dancer. Also, do the dance with love and humility.
What can we expect from you for the rest of 2018?
You can expect a lot of participation from several dancers in my videos, dances of various styles, a lot of frequency in Europe, many classes, workshops, festivals, etc