Kenzi is a circus movement artist that specializes in aerial hoop choreography and performance. Creation and movement are central in her life as a visual artist, performer, and coach. 


She believes art is the ultimate expression of protest and connection and draws inspiration from her own experiences. She channels this into deeply emotive performances that capture the attention of her audience through expressive storytelling. Intrigued by unexpected paths, she loves dynamic movement and to create in juxtaposition: undulating between displays of unabashed confidence and mesmerizing fluidity. 


She has spent her life rolling, moving, and creating, but has used the last 6+ years to dig deep into the art of aerial dance and circus arts. Aerial Hoop is her true love, but she can also be found exploring acro dance with inanimate and living partners, on fabrics, and attempting to find balance on her hands. She has worked with companies across the eastern United States, and can currently be found conspiring with like-minded artists and fellow creative to collaborate across artistic disciplines.

Visual Artist

I have been painting and creating for as long as I can remember. I grew up in Louisville, KY and was surrounded by the wonderful community of artists there. I started refining my skills in high school and seriously considered art school, but self doubt and a free spirit took me in another direction. For years, I all but quit painting, but in 2012, my husband and I moved to Buffalo, NY. As we adventured in the Great White North, my sense of adventure bled into my art. I started painting again with fervor and in an entirely new direction. I began pushing myself and exploring abstract painting.  The summer of 2017 has brought us back to Louisville  and the joy of becoming a parent.There is nothing like the feel of a wooden brush in my hand and the smell of mineral spirits in the air. I hope to share that magic with you.