Owner/Founder/Artistic Director ... Creative Vet
AS THE NAME EXEMPLIFIES: "ALL DANCERS ARE BEAUTIFUL INSIDE AND OUT BOTH PHYSICALLY & ARTISTICALLY! IF YOU CAN BELIEVE IT YOU CAN ACHIEVE IT!" - MS. NEISH
5, 6, 7, 8.... Let's Werk Babies!
Roneisha Smith-Davis was born in the heart of North Philadelphia but was raised in Cheltenham, PA. Roneisha began her dance training at the precious age of 3 at Johanna's Dance Studio. Traveling across the city, to study Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Modern, Hip-Hop, Pointe, African, and Lyrical no matter what her training never stopped. Whether it was at Simons, the Young Performers Theater Camp, L & L Dance Productions, Wissahickon Ballet School or Freedom Theater, Roneisha was in attendance. Along with these Roneisha had the pleasure of being apart of the Sixers Junior Dance Team and the New York Knicks City Kids Dance Team, where she gained great exposure. Building on, Roneisha received extensive amount of training experience from Shawn-Lamere Williams and Wayne St. David with Eleone Connections, Joan Myers Brown at Philadanco's D3, Itola Byrd with Grace Dance Theater and LaDeva Davis at the Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts where she graduated in 2008 as a Dance Major. Roneisha spent most of the summer training under the direction of Debbie Allen at her Summer Intensive in Los Angeles, CA. Roneisha has been apart and choreographed a number of music videos as well as live performances dancing for both signed/unsigned artists! Roneisha artistic talent landed a finalist spot on the Los Angeles Lakers 2013-2014 Dance Team. Graduating from Temple University, in 2012 Roneisha received her Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education with a minor in Dance and was apart of the Temple "Diamond Gem" Dance Team.
Roneisha's vision has always been to capture our youth, and bring the arts into the North Philadelphia community. My gift has ALWAYS been the children, from babies, to toddlers, to young adults. My passion and guidance came from My Father which art in heaven, his annoiting is upon me. I truly believe, everybody is a dancer, it just takes the right training to bring it out. My focus is to provide a safe-haven and relaxed environment for growth, learning, and pizazz where children can feel appreciated, confident and unique by expressing themselves through dance.