Flex Point Faculty
SALLY DOERR
Sally has been training dancers for the past 38 years.  Sally was the owner of the Sally
Doerr Dance Studio in Cass City, Michigan for many years.   She is the co-director of
Burn The Floor...with the Doerr's Performing Arts Camp, an annual camp that takes
place in Fenton, MI every summer.  She loves working with children and adults and is
a firm believer in positive dance training.  Sally is also a staff judge for a national
competition company based out of Los Angeles, where she was also hired to teach
elite master workshops in Las Vegas.  She was the co-choreographer, along with
Cameron English of the movie "A Chorus Line", for "Hooray for Hollywood", a benefit to
raise money for the Michigan Diabetes Foundation.  Her students have won many
prestigious awards and titles, and have enjoyed many scholarships to places like
Blue Lakes Fine Arts Camp, the Edge, Tremaine, Broadway Dance Center, Gregg
Russell's Tap Into The Network and more.  Many have gone on to enjoy professional
careers.    Sally's students have toured in Russia, Australia,  and Europe.   Some are
currently or have toured with "A Chorus Line" and "Mamma Mia".   And can currently be
seen in in Disney's new Broadway show "Tarzan" in New York City.  Former students
have been on scholarship to the Chicago Performing Arts School, have been
attending the Juilliard School in New York City and one student is currently a principal
dancer for the National Ballet of Canada.   They have also performed on Live! with
Regis and Kelly and On Air with Ryan Seacrest and onstage with the Rolling Stones
kick off concert in NYC. Other students have been back-up dancers for Walt Disney's
singing sensation Myra.  Many former students have also become dance instructors.  
It is important to Sally that her students achieve self-confidence, a love for dance,
poise, a respect for themselves and others, and an opportunity for challenge and
growth. Sally is an enthusiastic instructor who wants to create a positive and inspiring
atmosphere for her students.   Sally's positive attitude and love for teaching dance,
opens up many styles and fun experiences for her dancers.  Sally loves to teach tap,
lyrical, musical theatre, and jazz and is looking forward to inspiring her dancers for
many years to come.
NICOLE DOERR
Nicole is an award-winning dancer and choreographer.  She has been dancing for
over 31 years, and she has been teaching at studios and camps for the past 18
years.  She was the co-director of Burn The Floor...with the Doerr's Performing Arts
Camp, an annual camp that took place in Fenton, MI every summer.  Nicole
developed a love for dance growing up in her mother's studio, Sally Doerr Dance
Studio.  She has won many top awards at regional and national competitions,
including the title of Miss Dance.  She was a member of the Detroit Pistons Dance
Team:  Automotion.   During her time with Automotion she was chosen by Brian
Friedman to perform in the opening number of ESPN's PRODANCE along with many
other great opportunities.  Nicole was one of the honorary selected judges for the
Miss Oakland County Pageant 2012. Nicole has performed at a Superbowl XL event
in Detroit and was a back-up dancer for singer Tiffany Queen to promote Britney
Spears' perfume line, Curious.  She graduated from the University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor, and was a member of Impact Dance Theater on campus.   Nicole has traveled
all over the United States through her dancing, and she also toured in Australia
performing.  Nicole has won numerous scholarships to performing arts centers in
New York and Los Angeles, including the Edge, Tremaine, Broadway Dance Center,
Steps on Broadway, Peridance Center of New York, Paula Abdul's Company Dance
and more.  She has performed in 3 promotional commercials for
Jammnation/Lansing Community College.  She has also modeled in numerous
editions of Starmaker Designs Costume Catalog.  Nicole has trained with the Joffrey
Ballet of New York and many professional choreographers and instructors including
Cameron English of the movie "A Chorus Line", R.J. Durell of Movin' Out, Joseph
Alexander of the Morgan Scott Ballet Company, Keith Clifton, Emmy-Nominated Brian
Thomas, Glen Douglas Packard, and more.  She was also accepted into the
National Ballet of Canada School.  Nicole currently is a regional and national judge
for Kids Artistic Revue and Hall of Fame Dance Challenge.  She has had students
perform in several Broadway shows and Cirque de Soleil. Although performing is
one of her favorite activities, her teaching experiences have brought her many
rewards.  She can currently be seen teaching on the staff of KAR Convention,
throughout the US and Canada. Nicole is looking forward to being able to share her
experiences, knowledge, and love for dance with all her students!
SALLY DOERR
NICOLE DOERR


24158 Haggerty Rd.
Farmington Hills, MI
48335

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JAMIE JASINSKI
JEFF DWYER

After watching some “big kids” doing back handsprings on their front lawn in Detroit ,
So in Jr. High, he joined a club where he learned the basics of men’s gymnastics.
This took him to High School, where he made the men’s team at North Farmington
High. He still holds the school record there for Floor Exercise, Parallel Bars, and All
Around. (Should we mention at this point, that men’s gymnastics was phased out
after his Senior year, so no one was ever able to challenge his record?!) His work
ethic and solid gymnastics skills landed him on the team at Western Michigan
University , where he competed for 4 years.

As soon as he stopped competing, Jeff began coaching. He started as an Assistant
Coach at North Farmington High School in 1987, and then Head Coach of the Tri-
Farmington Gymnastics team in 1994. He continues today as the Head Coach of the
Farmington Unified Gymnastics team. He has coached 3 State Champion teams, 1
State Runner-Up team, and many more teams that landed in the top 5 in the State. He
was the MHSGJCA Coach of the year in 1999 and the Observerland Coach of the Year
for the past 3 years.

He is well respected by gymnasts, parents, fellow coaches, and judges – for good
reason! He doesn’t start and stop coaching with the High School season. While
coaching the High School girls, he also developed an off-season program that is
widely respected and still going strong. High School girls from many different school
districts sign up to work with him. He also helped to establish the annual Farmington
Invitational Meet, where he makes it a point to award as many girls as possible for
their accomplishments.
JEFF DWYER
KIM CHIECA
Kim has been dancing since the age of five.  She graduated from Eastern Michigan
University with a Bachelor's degree in Dance and Health Education.  She was very
active in the dance program and choreographed and performed throughout her college
career.  Kim was the founder and owner of The Dance Force Studio for ten years,  
along with ownership she was responsible for staff management, competition groups,
choreography and instruction, recital production, and all business functions. Most of all,
the experience with all the dancers and staff was extraordinary.  She has taught at
many different studio's and dance program's to include guest instructor at Eastern
Michigan University, and has helped students in the dance program with Dance Studio
Management.  She is dedicated to the art of performing, teaching, and inspiring
students to reach their full potential. Kim also believes that dance builds a strong
foundation in all aspects of life.
KIM CHIECA
ADAM AUSTIN
Adam Austin began his dance training in Northern Michigan 18 years ago. Dancing at
the competitive studio Superior Motion Dance Company where he was an award-
winning soloist and company member. Adam then went on and earned a scholarship
to Interlochen Arts Academy to continue his training in Ballet and Modern dance. After
Interlochen, Adam began his professional career in New York City training at
Broadway Dance Center and working with various choreographers, theaters, and
dance projects throughout the city. After spending some time in New York, Adam was
given the opportunity to dance with the company Think/Dance Collective, dancing in
ground breaking pieces such as "Open Heart Surgery" and "The Bone Marrow
Transplant." Adam studied dance at Central Michigan University and was a member of
the school's dance company Orchesis Dance Theatre. He was not only a valued
member of the company but a choreographer as well. As a choreographer, Adam has
worked with the Les Cheneaux Arts Council choreographing many theater productions
including My Fair Lady, The Music Man, and Thoroughly Modern Millie. Adam started
training some of Mt. Pleasant's young dancers working at Vision Studio and
Performing Arts Center. It was here that Adam found his love for working with children
and helping them reach for their dreams and goals. Since then, Adam has worked
with many dance studios all around the Metro-Detroit area bringing his love of dance,
excellent training, and award-winning choreography.
ADAM AUSTIN
SUE LOWE
SUE LOWE-OFFICE MANAGER
Miss Sue is a part of our happy family at Flex Point as our office manager.

She has 9 years of experience as a dance studio office manager, under her belt.  She
has been in the dance world for over 20 years with most of those years on the "Dance
Mom" side of things.  She has one beautiful daughter named Candice who danced
from ages 4-18.  Miss Sue has been married to her wonderful husband, Dennis for 30
years.

Miss Sue brings many talents with her such as her organizational abilities,
rhinestoning costumes flawlessly and excellent people skills.  Her responsibilities
include phone reception, class registrations and account receivable.  She also enjoys
keeping our studio home very clean.  Always service with a smile!

Her special interests include photography and scrapbooking.  Sue's love for children
and expertise as a childcare provider for 14 years is an added bonus to our family.

Miss Sue is often the first face you see when you walk in the studio, and she greets
each family with a bright smile and helpful hand.  We couldn't do this without her.
SARAH HUDSON
Sarah is native to Naples, Florida where she began dancing at the age of three. She
has worked and performed with many great artists such as Mikhail Baryshnikov and
professionals with The Miami City Ballet. In strengthening her technique Sarah has
studied Balanchine, Cecchetti, and Vaganova methods of ballet. Sarah began
choreographing at age seventeen for her competitive high school Dance Line/Dance
Team, and also taught beginner level classes at her local studio. Sarah has a BA in
Dance from Western Michigan University where she focused on three main genres:
jazz, modern and ballet. She performed in numerous student, faculty, and guest
artists’ works along with choreographing her own pieces for the student run program
called Orchesis.  The program also focused on anatomy and kinesiology where she
learned methods of healing the injured body and/or preventing injury. Sarah has
traveled and taught as far as Soldotna, Alaska where she took charge of all three
levels of the competition teams. Sarah has received numerous “Judges Choice”
awards for her choreography at Spotlight, Starbound, StarQuest, Rainbow, Bravo and
KAR competitions, just to name a few. Currently, in Michigan, She continues to teach
and choreograph many different ages and levels, even numerous wedding flash-
mobs. Sarah believes in promoting an educational experience while hoping to inspire
dancers through this versatile art and love of dance.
SARAH HUDSON
DEVON CAMPBELL
known professionally as “Uri Mercury”, has been an active Michigan
dancer/choreographer/instructor for the past nine years.  He got his start in
highschool, dancing for a team started by he, and his bestfriend Brandon Burton also
known as "Skilz" under the schools newspaper committee called "Unpredictably
Krazy". Post highschool, Uri auditioned for his first Agency which was called "Toni's
Dance Company" Which was ran By Toni Webb Washington. Uri danced with TDC's
hiphop division,  "The Detroit All Stars" for almost 2 yrs before the company disbanded
after the ABDC season 2 audition,  leaving him to his own independent pursuits. While
in TDC, Uri was heavily trained by his mentors and Choreographers: Brandyn
Thomas, Jennifer Webb Peeples,  Khalil Lamar, and Logan Bledsoe in more intricate
styles of hiphop, breaking, streetjazz, gymnastics, and a touch of modern dance. Post
TDC, Uri's most notable work includes being a featured dancer on “Screamtour 2012”
with Mindless Behavior, OMG Girls, and Diggy Simmons, opening for Lil Wayne, back
up dancer for The Shop Boyz, R&B singer Princeton, R&B Songstress Loreal, Female
MC B. Focus, R&B/Pop singer Rodney Howard, R&B Singer Ryan Allen,  
impersonators Ric Key, Kourtney Breeze, Melanie VonKruz, and singer Rocko.

Uri also had the opportunity to choreograph over 11 sets for "Motor City Movement: A
Collaboration of Choreographers", as well as a set for the Detroit Thanksgiving Day
Parade.  His signature style is a unique blend of Contemporary hip-hop and jazz-funk
he likes to call “PerFUNKtory” which stands for “Perfect Funk Factory”.  Being that his
style has a bit of a different approach to mainstream hip-hop, Uri began to develop a
following and soon began teaching.  He has taught at studios including Michael &
Beverly Stone School of the Arts (2 yrs), Angie Hahn’s Academy of Dance (Going on
7yrs), The University of Michigan, Fantasy Fitness Studio, Warner Rogers Academy of
Performing Arts (4yrs), Big City Dance Center (Going on 3yrs), Heritage Works Dance
Company, Teen H.Y.P.E Youth Arts Organization, Community High School in Ann
Arbor,  Michigan,  Crowell Recreation Center, and has traveled teaching in different
workshops and intensives all over the midwest including "The Transformation
Movement" in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, The "Above The Barre" Dance workshop and
Intensive, Kays Dance Academy Grand Intensive in Worthington, Minnesota, "The
Trinity Dance Experience: The Power of 3", "The Quartet Dance Experience: The Power
of 4",  Sole Matter Company Class alongside Joey Hernandez in Milwaukee,
Wisconsin,  and  teaching alongside Choreographer Sean BankHead at
BowlingGreen State University.

Outside of studio work and commercial work, Uri’s true love comes from Dance
Crews.  His most notable piece of work is his dance company, “Melodic Nocturne
Dance Tribe”.  Since creating this group, Uri’s work took on a new form spreading to
all areas of the Michigan dance scene. Melodic has done countless shows in lines of
humanitarian work such as: benefit performances catering to Breast Cancer
awareness,  Lupus Awareness,  Domestic Violence Prevention, And Fights Against
Hunger. Melodic Nocturne are also the reigning champions of Blaze The Stage 2010,
as well as the 2014 Savage Dance Tournament Champions. Melodic Nocturne's
influence has also reached into Chicago as well by making guest appearances in The
Puzzle Leagues "Masterpiece Dance Competition", as well as competing in 2014
World of Dance Chicago.

Current day, Uri still proudly stands as choreographer and artistic director of Melodic
Nocturne, while also wearing the hat of Co-Director and central board member of Next
Level Dance Company alongside David Summerlin. Uri is also a principal dancer for
the Tiffany Rene Dance Project, as well as Project Epsilon.
DEVON CAMPBELL
JAMIE JASINSKI

Jamie has been doing gymnastics for 15 years with 4 of those years competing
Varsity Gymnastics for the Livonia Blue Team . Directly out of team, Jamie began
coaching gymnastics at the Livonia Gymnastics Academy for 3 years. She is very
experienced with coaching younger gymnasts ages 3-13yrs and will soon be certified
in CPR and first aid. Jamie danced recreationally for 6 years in tap, jazz, ballet, and hip
hop.  She was voted most improved gymnast in high school because of her ability to
learn many coaching skills on her won, inspired from other coaches and being
incredibly persistent and driven.  Jamie is very passionate about teaching the sport
and the positive reinforcement of learning various skills for the art of dance and acro.
RENEE DEMPSEY
Renee spent most of her dance education at various local studios in the Northville
area. For 7 years she danced competitively at Gayle’s Dance Phase while performing
with the Majestic Dance Ensemble each year in The Nutcracker. During her years in
high school, Renee danced on the Northville High School Varsity Dance Team and
competed at many UDA competitions. By her senior year of high school, Renee
moved studios and competed for one year with the Noretta Dunworth School of
Dance. After a successful year being surrounded by talented artists and athletes,
Renee left to begin her first year a Grand Valley State University as a Dance and Art
major and a member of the Laker Dance Team. Renee spent her time with the LDT
dancing at many football games and basketball games until she discontinued her
membership to pursue more artistic forms of dance. In her second semester, Renee
danced with a student company called Momentum and while having the time to invest
herself into the dance department, had the opportunity to work with guest
choreographer Jesse Zaritt, along with the esteemed professors. After her first year of
college, Renee spent her summer dancing with ConteXture Dance Detroit under the
artistic direction of Tracy Pearson. At her latest event, Renee danced with ConteXture
in Brooklyn, New York at the Dumbo Dance Festival. As of right now Renee can say
that her hopes are to continue her college dance education starting in January with
Wayne State University’s dance department.
RENEE DEMPSEY