Aubree Fullwood has trained in dance since high school studying in styles such as: hip hop,Jazz, tap,ballet, contemporary and lyrical. She furthered her training at Santa Monica college and continued extensive training at local studios in Baltimore, Maryland and performed rigorously with a competitive hip hop dance crew. She relocated back to Denver to have performed in several events including the 2018 Summer Jam and 2018 Pride Parade as a choreographer/backup dancer for renowned recording artist Kayla Rae. She has also provided choreography and backup for recording artist Rachel Bailey and King James. Aubree was a featured dancer in the Denver art museums Senga Negundi's exhibit "Collaboration" and 5280 Artist CO-OP production "One night six plays". Aubree continues to choreograph for young up and coming local artist. Aubree is also the dance director for "Ascention dance program" specializing in Hip hop,Jazz funk, Ballet, and Heels technique.