Meet our staff

Tayler Holt

Miss Tayler has been dancing since she was 3.  She has studied Ballet, Pointe, Jazz, Lyrical, Hip-Hop, tap, and Musical Theater.  She started her dance career studying under the direction of Donna Frias at Desert Shores Dance Academy in Las Vegas, Nevada.  She began student teaching at age 11 and danced in many competitions.  She moved to Mount Vernon when she was 15 and continued her dance education.  Tayler was also a varsity cheerleader for all 4 years of high school.  She choreographed the 2013 Mount Vernon forum court dances and has been teaching for 8 years in all skill levels.  Miss Tayler loves to share her love of dance with others.



Laura Webster

Miss Laura studied under the direction of Carol Ogg for 12 years.  Laura also danced at Dance Revolution, in Mount Vernon, for 7 years performing Tap, Jazz, and Clogging.  She has also attended several competitions earning high gold and platinum awards.  Laura is a 911 supervisor for Knox County and resides in Mount Vernon with her family.


Christine Lipscomb

Miss Christine has been dancing since the age of 3 with a strong focus on Ballet, Jazz, and Lyrical.  Her senior year of high school she choreographed the forum show under the direction of Bruce Jacklin.  She has been in a number of musicals including:  Anything Goes, Cabaret, Jesus Christ Superstar, Brigadoon, and Seven Bribes for Seven Brothers.  She helped teach dance during summer camp at Carylon Moats Dance Academy in Wheeling, West Virginia.  Christine has studied dance at Carol's Dance Studio and Dance Revolution here in Mount Vernon as well as the Richland Academy in Mansfield, Ohio.  Christine has also studied through attending dance camps such as Jole Rummners, Dance Revolution Dance Camps, and Christopher Dance Seminars.  She has a lovely 3 year old daughter Anabel who is currently in dance class at Tayler's Dance Academy.  


Adriane Steigerwald

Miss Andi began dancing at the age of two and continued dancing throughout grade school at the Dance Lab in Allen, Texas as a member of the junior ballet performance team. Throughout high school she studied dance with Michelle McGaughy, director of Wylie High School’s award-winning drill team, The Pacesetters.  During her college years, Andi completed over 50 credit hours of dance classes- studying various genres including tap, ballet, modern, aerial silks, and hip hop.  Andi loves all types of dance, but her favorites include tap, ballet, and cultural folk dances. In 2012, Andi became a founding member of Magdelena Fusaro’s Egyptian folkloric dance troupe, “Banaat Masri” and performed at the State Fair of Texas, Dallas International Fest, and various competitions.  Before moving to Ohio, Andi was a proud staff member at Pure Movement Dance and Fitness in Allen, Texas- home studio of the Dallas Sidekicks Dancers and sister studio of the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders. 
Andi has experience teaching all different styles of dance and all different types of dancers and is very excited to bring her love of dance to the Buckeye state.


RayAnn Bradford

Miss RayAnn has been dancing since she was 6 years old.  She has taken Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, Hip-Hop, and Pointe.  She has danced at Dance Revolution and Tayler's Dance Academy under the direction of Tayler Holt, Sue Marotte, Alyssa Cole, Drew Marotte, and Brandon Hunt.  She was a competitive dancer for 8 years winning many high golds.  She is a senior in high school and plans on attending The Ohio State University to major in Speech Pathology and minor in Dance.

Brandon Hunt

Mr. Brandon started dancing at the age of 10 when he was unable to sit still while his sister danced.  Since then, he has never stopped.  Mr. Brandon was immediately put on the competition stage winning numerous Gold, High Gold, and 1st Overall awards.  He danced at Dance Revolution studying Ballet, Lyrical, Hip-Hop, Musical Theater, Jazz, and Tap under the direction of Sue Marotte, Drew Marotte, and Tayler Holt.  He was a student assistant for 6 years and choreographed several routines that were performed at the annual dance recital.  After attending summer camp at Jazz On Tap On Tour, Mr. Brandon was selected and awarded with a scholarship as an on tour dancer under the direction of Joel Ruminer, Tom Alexander, Annie Day, Beth Nizza, and Marcus Alford.  He's looking forward to many years of teaching others the art of dance.