Aimee Moynihan started dancing from a very young age. After 12 years of competitive dancing Aimee went on to UNC Greensboro where she graduated with her BFA in Choreography and Performance in 2005. For several years Aimee danced professionally in jazz and modern companies around North Carolina. She has trained and worked with choreographers such as Gerard Heintz, Dres Reid, Jan Van Dyke, and Sheila Barker to name a few. Aimee moved to Las Vegas, Nevada to explore another side of the dance and entertainment field. While in Vegas she performed at MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay and Caesars Palace. Since her return to NC Aimee continues to train and perform locally and recently performed in a music video for rising pop artist Ricky Jarman; as well as teaching master classes all over the state. In 2012 Aimee started the dance program at Franklin Academy Charter high school and middle school as well as coached their dance teams. The program is still in existence today and hugely successful. Aimee co-owns the Wake Forest Academy of Fine Arts where she now teaches as well as choreographs, jazz, contemporary and hip-hop for dancers of all ages, beginner to pre-professional. As a teacher she is able to inspire other dancers, as well as continue to develop her own unique style of choreography. Aimee believes her true calling in the dance community is sharing her passion for dance with her students.