Founder & Artistic Director of STEP, Stephanie has spent her whole life experiencing many forms of dance.
Trained at the Singapore Ballet Academy since the age of 4, she completed the Advanced II level of the Royal Academy of Dance syllabus by the age of 18 years old, and has never stopped dancing since.
With the growth of hip hop and K-pop culture, Stephanie was quick to extend her dance expertise over these upbeat genres.
At the National University of Singapore, she performed and choreographed for 10 years of the Exxon Mobil Campus Concerts and 2 sold-out productions for the dancers of Kent Ridge Hall (KR).
From there, she formed her crew of STEP dancers, all versatile and skilled in contemporary and street dance.
Stephanie is also the choreographer for celebrities such as Cheryl Wee (黄馨慧), daughter of the Jean Yip Group and rising star of Mediacorp, Singapore, as well as the chief choreographer for Jack Neo's new blockbuster The Lion Men (狮神决战) Part I & II, including the cast of Ah Boys to Men and many new faces.
Stephanie is an MOE registered instructor and the resident choreographer for the dance groups of Assumption English School, Woodlands Ring Secondary School, and Bowen Military Band Colour Guard.