The group was made up of friends who mostly knew each other closely and have danced together before.   I was a member of this dance crew, as well.

It felt like another family.  It wasn’t strictly business.  We didn’t only see each other in the dance studio.  Since a good portion of the group were seniors, the group quickly fell apart after graduation.  For some, the reality of a full-time job took over and left no time for dancing.  Because of my knee injury,  it was the last time I ever performed, as well.  Others, however, pushed forward and continued dancing.  Andre was one of them.

He needed photos to market himself as a dancer so I had him hold dance poses.  I used the same studio for J. Tran’s photo shoot  earlier this year (I will be blogging about this soon).

As expected, Andre’s session was a lot of fun.  A mixtape blaring in the background mixed by none other than Andre himself + sweet dance moves reminded me how much I loved intimate portrait sessions.
I hope these photos help take him one step closer to his dream.

 

 

 

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