“I actually really enjoy my versatility,” she says.“Most people have one specific style that they love.
“By the time I was twenty-one I decided I wanted to transition from dance to choreography,” she says proudly.
“Most of my work as a dancer was with recording artists, and I’ve been able to continue those working relationships.
But, for me, that was one reason I’ve been so successful as a dancer and as a choreographer – I can pretty much do literally any style that you throw at me.
But it’s kind of a blessing and a curse at the same time, because I’m not the kind of dancer that focuses on any one thing. As a choreographer, I know that there are so many other tappers that are better than me, so I would rather learn tap than choreograph it.
Dance is how I’ve always wanted to express myself.” If being an artist means dragging your innermost feelings out, giving a piece of yourself, no matter in which art form, in which medium, then Hooks is in the perfectly suited to translate her gifts to across today’s web-enabled world.