Bree’s dance career started when she was twelve and was proud to perform in both the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2002 Winter Olympic Winter Games under the direction of Kenny Ortega. Bree also performed in the hit show Thriller with Odyssey Dance Theater.
Years later Bree had the opportunity to represent her drill team and compete for Miss Dance Drill Team Utah, which she won and went on to compete in California at the Miss Dance Drill Team USA competition, there she was awarded the honor of Queen as well as Best Modeling and Choreography and her favorite of all Miss Congeniality. During her senior year of High School Bree joined Origins professional dance company.
Following high school, Bree was signed by Royal Caribbean Cruise lines as a featured dancer. After leaving the Cruise ship she was televised on the third season of FOX television’s hit show, “So You Think You Can Dance”. Following auditioned and was selected to participate in the Edge Performing Arts Center one year Scholarship Program in Hollywood California.
Since graduating from Edge in 2008 Bree has performed on the MTV music awards with Rihanna under the direction of Tina Landon. Additionally, Bree has appeared in many national commercials for Verizon, Ford Lincoln, and recently completed a Subway Five Dollar Foot Long commercial as Lead Dancer under the direction of Michael Rooney.
Bree is represented by Clear Talent Agency out of Los Angeles. Through to Clear Bree has booked many jobs including a recent hit promo The Fabulous Beekman Boys by directed by Mike Goubeaux and the Basement Jaxx music video. Bree then finished working on the last couple episodes of the hit show Hannah Montana starring Miley Cyrus. Bree has had many opportunities to work with incredible people including, Taylor Swift and Rascal Flatts.
Using her dance training Bree started her own business Ballet Blast. Bree ran ten locations throughout Utah, Las Vegas and California. Bree inspires women to be healthy not only physically but mentally and emotionally as well. In 2011 Bree was offered a job as a co-host on Good Things Utah and The Daily DIsh. Bree enjoyed interviewing many different celebrities as well as appearing on Entertainment Tonight weekly. Bree wanted to start a family, she had her first baby in 2012 while was still hosting GTU. Bree is now a mother of two, Stella and Hendrix. Wanting to spend a s much time as possible with her children she quit Good Things Utah and moved her family to the beach. Bree now resides in Huntington Beach where she teaches Beach Ballet Blast and dances in Los Angeles.