At the age of three Kattie Brewer began her training at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. She studied various styles of dance such as ballet, tap, jazz, modern, variations, character, musical theater, pointe, and partnering. From an early age, Kattie began performing in many productions, such as The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Giselle, Dracula, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, and The Contemporary Series. She performed a variety of roles in original works by Soili Arvola, Leo Ahonen, Ayman Harper, and Amber Thornton. At the age of fourteen, Kattie received a scholarship to travel to New York and study at an intensive summer program with the Joffrey Ballet School. The following summer, she was accepted into the intensive program at the San Francisco Ballet School, focusing exclusively on ballet, pointe, partnering, and variations. In 1999, Kattie traveled to an intensive program in Hawaii on the Big Island with Soili Arvola, where she studied ballet, pointe, and character. While in college at the University of Houston, Kattie continued her training with classes in ballet, modern, jazz, and acting with Rutherford Cravens, as well as, taking classes in costume construction, lighting and theater design, dance pedagogy, improvisation, and dance history. In her last year of college, Kattie’s choreography for her senior project was chosen to open the university’s fall show. This experience opened her to a whole new avenue of dance and since then Kattie has choreographed many group pieces and solos. Some of her most recent choreography has been performed and awarded at conventions in the Houston area. Kattie has also been a guest performer and choreographer for San Jacinto College Central’s Dance Program. For the last five years, she has devoted her time to teaching and choreographing in the community. Kattie has had the opportunity to judge the Kinkaid School’s dance company auditions for Beverly Williams and was also selected to adjudicate choreography at the 2009 National ISAS Arts Festival. In 2011, Kattie choreographed a piece that was performed at the Clear Lake Dance Festival - Dance Houston. Kattie received her Bachelor of Arts in Dance from the University of Houston in the spring of 2009. She would like to acknowledge Beverly Williams, Soili Arvola, and Leo Ahonen for making her the dancer, teacher, and choreographer she is today. Kattie is ecstatic to be the Co-Director/Owner of Premier Dance Academy.