December 2017

Holly finished out the fall semester on faculty at Westchester Ballet Center and Dance Management in NJ. Here are some of her tap students in their festive holiday socks.


Wilder Project continued to offer custom photoshoots to dancers in the city.

November 2017

Wilder Project released their film "Headwind" filmed earlier in the year on Holly's ship the Independence of the Seas. Holly also danced in the film.

Holly modeled for photographer David Perkins in Brooklyn.


Wilder Project shot a new film in Wilton, Connecticut, choreographed and directed by Holly. The cast included one dancer and four actors.


October 2017

Wilder Project released their film/music video "Grey". The film's central theme is mental health.

September 2017

Holly joined the faculty of Westchester Ballet Center teaching Musical Theater and Tap. She also returned to Dance Management in NJ teaching Ballet, Contemporary, and Lyrical.

Wilder Project's film "Passing" screened at the Dance Film Festival at Triskellion Arts in Brooklyn.

Holly also began collaborating with her brother and offering Wilder Project photoshoots to dancers, directed by Holly and shot by Duncan.


August 2017

Holly restaged her 28 minute piece "The Weight" for the 36th Annual Battery Dance Festival in Manhattan. The amazing cast performed as the sunset behind the Statue of Liberty.


Holly took on the role of Social Media Manager for the Queens based Calpulli Mexican Dance Company.


Holly also traveled to Guinea in West Africa and enjoyed learning from dancers in Dubreka and exploring the country.


Wilder Project's film "John Forbid" became their most screened film and played at American Dance Festival's Movies by Movers and Detroit Dance City Film Festival.


July 2017

Throughout June and July, Holly and her Wilder Project dancers were hard at work creating a new site-specific dance for INSITU Site Specific Dance Festival in Queens. It was the festivals inaugural year, drawing over 2,000 audience members to see work by 25 choreographers. Holly's piece was called "Seed".

Wilder Project's film "John Forbid" was also screened at DanceBARN ScreenDANCE Festival in Minnesota.

Holly returned to Jacob's Pillow for a brief trip as an alumni speaker, and got to share with current students and supporters the Pillow's impact on her life.

Holly also began sharing her thoughts about minimalism on her blog "Have Less, Breathe More".

Holly modeled for photographer David Perkins alongside fellow dancer Elijah Dillehay.


May 2017

Wilder Project rehearsed and filmed a new music video for Torella called "Grey". 


While settling back into the city, Holly guest taught at dance studios in the NY area. 

She also collaborated with her brother Duncan on a photoshoot in Brooklyn.


April 2017

Holly concluded her year-long contract with Royal Caribbean and said farewell to an epic adventure and a wonderful cast of individuals.


She returned to New York City and moved to Ditmas Park, Brooklyn.

She had the great pleasure of being interviewed and featured in Dance Magazine in their article "Take Your Dance Videos From Instagram-Ready to Festival-Ready".


And Wilder Project released their film "Passing", inspired by the events of 9/11. 

Holly also modeled for photographer Bob Morrison in St. Louis, Missouri.


March 2017

Wilder Project collaborated with Hub New Music on a multimedia performance and film screening at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.


Their film "Wake" was screened at the Opine Dance Film Festival in Atlanta and "The Sleep" was screened at the Philadelphia Dance Film Festival this month.

Holly continued having a blast performing in Grease with Royal Caribbean.


February 2017

Holly continued performing on board the Independence of the Seas and exploring the Caribbean.


Wilder Project also released their 25 minute film, "The Weight", for purchase online which you can watch here, and check out the trailer below.

January 2017

Holly and her brother/collaborator Duncan filmed a new Wilder Project dance film on the bow of her cruise ship, Independence of the Seas, with dancer Elijah Dillehay.


They also released a new Wilder Project film, "John Forbid", the official music video for the song, which received lots of press online.

December 2016

Holly continued performing three shows on board the Independence of the Seas and traveling through the Caribbean. She went on in her understudy track as the principle role of Frenchy four times this month.

She also modeled for photographer Earlmon Enriquez again.

Wilder Project's film "The Weight" screened at the Briggs Opera House in White River Junction, Vermont as part of the White River Indie Festival.

November 2016

Holly modeled for photographer Earlmon Enriquez in Lisbon, Portugal.

Holly's ship, Independence of the Seas, left Europe and headed to the Caribbean for the rest of her contract.

October 2016

Wilder Project premiered their newest short film "The Sleep" at the Center for Performance Research in Brooklyn, and then released the film online.

Wilder Project also hosted the Boston premiere of their film "The Weight" at The Boston Conservatory with a Q+A with the cast and cinematographer.

Holly continued performing with Royal Caribbean in Europe.

September 2016

Wilder Project performed Holly's choreography live at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston as part of the Harborwalk Sounds series. They were featured in the Boston Globe as Critic's Picks for the week.

Holly was interviewed by the film blog We Are Moving Stories about her film "The Weight". Check out the published article here

Holly continued traveling Europe and performing on the Independence of the Seas with her incredible cast.

August 2016

Holly opened the third and last show called Once Upon A Time on board. 


Holly enjoyed exploring places like the famous Stonehenge in England.

Wilder Project's film "The Weight" had it's New York premiere at the Revolution Me Film Festival in Brooklyn. Also, their short film "This I Must Remember" screened at the Detroit Dance City Festival.

July 2016

Holly opened the ballroom show on board the Independence of the Seas called Invitation to Dance, choreographed by choreographers from Dancing With The Stars. She is a featured dancer in the show.

Holly enjoyed exploring cities throughout Europe during her time off. 

June 2016

Holly got on board Royal Caribbean's ship Independence of the Seas in Southampton, England and installed the new production, Grease, onto the ship, as the first cast. They opened the show and received critical acclaim for the production.

Holly is an ensemble member and Frenchy understudy.

Holly is an ensemble member and Frenchy understudy.

May 2016

Holly joined the jury of the LA Dance Film Festival. Check her out on their website here.

She also continued rehearsals for Grease with Royal Caribbean in Miami.

Meanwhile, back in New York, her students at Dance Management, Armonk Center for Dance, and Taps N Toes, performed her dances at their end of the year performance. She cheered them on from afar!

April 2016

Holly accepted a year-long contract with Royal Caribbean International to perform Grease The Musical, as ensemble and Frenchy understudy, as well as two other shows. She headed down to Miami to rehearse for two months before heading to Europe to join her ship, Independence of the Seas. 

Before she left, Holly directed and choreographed a dance film on the NYC subway for an upcoming multimedia collaboration with the music group Hub New Music

She also modeled for Boston based painter, Pete Rogers.