Kamryn Smith currently attends the University of Arizona School of Dance in Tucson, Arizona. She began her dance training at age three, starting with competitive dance. She also attended Master Ballet Academy and Plumb Performing Arts where she gained a strong foundation in ballet. Kamryn is a well-rounded dancer who has a focus on clean technique and high energy. In addition to her technical skills, Kamryn is exceptional with teaching and choreography. In 2019, Kamryn choreographed for the professional Christmas show at Scottsdale Bible Church, Winter Wonder. She also choreographed two jazz pieces at the University of Arizona for student showcases.
At the University of Arizona, Kamryn has performed in works choreographed by renowned artists such as Tamara Dyke-Compton, Christopher Compton, Lorin Mathis, and Michael Williams. These works, specifically titled False Front, Telemann Viola Concerto, Time, and &The VerdictIZ, were choreographed in the styles of modern, pointe, and jazz. Additionally, in 2021, Kamryn received the Ruthie Kolker Spirit Award from the School of Dance faculty for having a loving nature, enthusiasm, academic excellence, courage, and strength of character. Kamryn is also a Business Management major at the University of Arizona, as she has exceptional time management and work ethic. Kamryn’s future aspirations include auditioning for the Radio City Rockettes, Disney Parks, and contemporary ballet companies. Kamryn also plans to start her own dance/fitness business, ultimately combining her passion for dance into a lifetime career.