Stormie Holmes Hip Hop Instructor
Stormie Holmes is a professional dance artist, instructor, choreographer, blogger, and entrepreneur as well as a wife and mother. Stormie has over 20 years of experience training and performing in jazz, musical theater, ballet, heels, contemporary, and hip hop. Stormie graduated from the University of Louisiana at Monroe where she received a BA in Communications and a Dance Minor. During her collegiate career, Stormie was a member of the ULM Repertory Dance Ensemble and a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority where she served as president. Theater credits include Guys & Dolls, CHICAGO, West Side Story, Cabaret, Mamma Mia, and Liberators: The Musical. Dance credits include The Pilot Dance Project, Creative Movement Practices, Catastrophic Theatre, Alvin Ailey, BET Hip Hop Awards, Tobe Nwigwe, Sincerely Lenora, Houston Fringe Festival, Mind the Gap Festival, Groundwork Studios, Stageworks Theater, and the Collective Four. Stormie is the owner of the fashion, dance, and lifestyle brand So Stormie – which includes a blog and boutique under the same name. Stormie’s also the co-founder and co-choreographer of The Collective Four – a Houston-based dance collective. Stormie aspires to inspire other female multi-passionate creators like herself to live out their dreams. When she’s not creating, teaching, or working on her brand – Stormie enjoys shopping, reading, watching tv, and spending time with her husband David and their daughter Amara.