Kate has recently danced with Terpsicorps Dance Theatre and StewartOwen Dance, having concluded her ninth season with St. Louis Ballet Company, following a season with both Tulsa Ballet II and Orlando Ballet II, and seven years in a pre-professional ballet company. She has twenty-three years dance training, including an extensive amount of partnering experience. Kate has performed principal roles in ballets from the classical stories of Swan Lake and Cinderella, to Balanchine’s works including Who Cares Turning Girl principal, to the more contemporary feel of Val Caniparoli’s Going for Baroque and Christopher Wheeldon’s Carnival of the Animals. Kate has loved performing Lyla York’s Celts as well as learning several of Twyla Tharp’s works. After recently performing Francis Patrelle’s Rhapsody in Blue he also set a new role for her in Love’s Ennui. Kate truly loved dancing the fiery Kitri in Don Quixote, and the gentle regality of Aurora multiple times in The Sleeping Beauty. She has greatly enjoyed time working with and learning from Amy Seiwert, Christopher D’Amboise, Nilas Martins, Pam Tanowitz, Emery LeCrone, as well as Saint Louis Ballet's director Gen Horiuchi. On Mr. D’Amboise’s nomination, Kate was awarded a grant from the Boomerang Fund for Artists in 2010.