Lizzie is an unique established female dancer in the Industry stepping across to choreography at the same time to challenge and push boundaries. Driven and always keen to learn in all types of dance, yoga, aerial and other disciplines to a high professional standard which enhances her credible creativity. Whether it is for an individual, to a mass group, or anything in between, she has the experience from all sides of the spectrum in entertainment.
Her career took off when she appeared on the hit UK Dance Show 'So You Think You Can Dance' Season 1, in which she came 3rd in the country. She then represented the UK in the worldwide TV show 'Segundo Campeonato Mundial de Baile' filmed in Mexico and can be seen as a judge on CBBC/BBC 'Alesha’s Street Dance Stars' and Dance Presenter in other BBC Programs such as 'How to Be Epic', 'Ten pieces' and 'BBC Learning'.
Lizzie trained at one of the UK's finest Musical Theatre College Laine Theatre Arts, at the age of 16. During her 3 years of her intense training, she made her debut TV performance on the Royal Variety Show before becoming a professional dancer in 2004.
Since then, she has performed internationally, appearing in Music Videos, Commercials, TV shows, Live Performances, Artist Tours, Trade/Co-operate events for companies such as such as MTV, BBC, ITV, RTL, Intel, Nokia, Adidas, Fila, Wella, Mazda, Audi to name but a few.
Some of her featured credits are Virgin Media Advert for 'Britain’s Got Talent', Take That 'Circus Tour' and 'III Tour',
Zara Larsson Tour, LMFAO and a Dance Captain for the London Olympic 2012 Closing Ceremony.
She was original cast member and lead female for Theatre Shows 'Blaze', 'Revolution', Zoonations 'Some Like it Hip Hop',and 'Madhatter's Tea Party' as well as the international tour with the creators from 'Bounce', Fredrick Rydman 'Swanlake Reloaded' and 'The Nutcracker'and has just performed in the new Westend Show 'Message In a Bottle".
In between projects Lizzie is a Head Judge for UDO Streetdance and one of the creators and Examiners for UDO Streetdance Syllabus which is supported by the Exercise Movement & Dance Partnership (EMPD) and Sport England as well as a trustee for the charity UDOit. She also has the honour of being a Patron to various dance associations across the UK.
Lizzie has currently just finished her 4th Season of the Hit Dance TV Show for RTL 'Dance Dance Dance' in Holland as a Mentor and Choreographer and also Choreographed alongside Tommy Franzen for BBC 'Strictly' first ever couple's choice of Street Dance for Karen Clifton and Charles Venn and also the Winners of that Season Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton.