Tash is a street culture connector and forerunner who’s been on the street dance path since the mid-70s.
She has forged ahead, learned, applied, and broke ground internationally, using her passion for dance as her vessel.
She is a bridge and a custom bearer and hopes to pass on the baton to like-minded artists.
Tash’s career spans over thirty years in the Performing Arts; she is a BIPOC artist, writer, dancer, and teacher.
Her credits as a performer and choreographer have taken her to well-respected stages, including Cirque Du Soleil.
Her dance expertise has garnered her numerous international positions as a juror for elite dance competitions.
She contributes to the Entertainment platform of Theatre Art Life: Global Media Site, multiple dance publication platforms, and gives lectures internationally.
In addition, she uses her voice to assist and inspire artists from all walks of life to find their purpose.
A wife, mother of four beautiful children, and Nana to five lively grandchildren, Natasha divides her time between her home: Las Vegas, her hometown, Canada, and the rest of the world.