At the age of 13, Caddy began training at the Toronto Dance Industry, where she participated in recreational ballet and jazz along with competitive hip-hop. She received a scholarship from O.I.P to attend their annual summer dance intensive, which exposed her to professional training by choreographers such as, Luther Brown, Neekz and Mariano. At the age of 14, Caddy starred as the lead character in the Christian Musical, “At Last” produced by Alinka Chambers. She recently starred in the Musical production known as, “Mute” as a main character, this play sheds light on the social issue of bullying. Caddy is a former member of the company, School of Mayhem, where she first started performing for charities, social events and school programs at the age of 16.
While attending York University for Social Work in 2009 she became a member of the school’s hip hop team “Style Wize”. Since then Caddy has trained and performed with companies including Nexx Level, DLM, Dark, BOSS, and now currently with the company Gadfly and the dance crew, DEUCEnDIP. She formed a partnership with “Cheech” creating a waacking duo called the Queen of Hearts in 2014. She has performed for numerous companies hosting events in the GTA such as; The Rusk Hair Show, TD CLGA, Nike Promo, Canadian Dance Awards, Canadian Urban Music Awards and many more. Caddy has choreographed and back up danced for artists including; Gina Lee, Asha Lee Simone, Jennie Laws, RoeNelle, Haley Small, ALSNDRA and Masiaone. Caddy has choreographed for the Urban Myth Show at the Next Stage Festival, Urban Legends at the Fringe Festival, The Waaquettes at the Raw Artists Showcase, Let The Elephant’s Dance and The Outside Looking In Showcase. Caddy has performed for numerous Community events in Toronto such as; Bazaar, Choreographer’s ball, Manifesto, Unity, the Unplugged Festival and many more.
Caddy can be seen in the following music videos, “Change You” Jenna G ft Drake, “Reach on out for love” by Machel Montano, “Prison Riot” by Flosstradamus ft Lil Jon, “Digy Dance” by Digy Don & Elephant Man and The official “We Day” Music Video. Her training consists of hip-hop, Waacking, Jazz Funk, Dancehall and house dance in Toronto, New York City and Los Angeles. She currently teaches drop in classes at The Underground Dance Centre, Dancelifex & The Millenium Dance Complex Toronto. Caddy is known for her enthusiasm and is determined to continue her growth and give back to the dance community as best she can. Desired most is traveling to gain and provide knowledge to other dancers and those who wish to learn.
Major Credits include:
Opening for Chris Brown at the Hershey Centre in (2006)
Opening for Diddy Dirty Money at the Koolhaus in (2011)
Back up dancing for PSY at the (2013) MMVA's
Back up dancing for Kiesza at the (2014) MMVA's and at We Day (2015)
Performing/Instructing WE DAY dance at the Air Canada Centre (2014)
Brittany Brie D’Amico
Brittany Brie’s experience, passion for movement and love of helping others have all driven her to become the educator she is. She works to develop classes that inspire, challenge and motivate her students. As a graduate of York University’s Dance program, Brittany Brie learned the significance of caring for her body early on. As a professional dancer, she quickly realized that the demands of her craft required not only a conditioned body but also a healthy and focused mind. This inspired her to dive into the world of health and fitness with a focus on body positivity and safe practices. Brittany Brie is a Pilates instructor and has completed her Mat and Reformer certification through Body Harmonics. She is a movement educator through The Roll Method, hosting workshops using therapy balls promoting self massage and self care and recently added pre and postnatal Pilates teaching to her repertoire. Brittany Brie is a dancer who understands the toll that constant training can take on the body but endeavours to help young dancers continue to love and learn dance in a fun environment. She is known as a positive and lively teacher who loves cupcakes, anything pink, rnb music, and a really good belly laugh.