Born and raised in Vancouver, BC, Justine has found her passion for the art of dance. She has extensive training in jazz, hip hop, contemporary, tap, ballet, jazz-funk, musical theatre and various ballroom styles. She has trained throughout Canada, London, England, and the United States. Justine now lives in Los Angeles, CA.
Most recently, Justine was a recurring dancer on NBC’s ‘Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist’ choreographed by Mandy Moore. She also worked as assistant choreographer to Jillian Meyers for the Lindsey Stirling 2019-2020 ‘Artemis’ World Tour, as well as to Zachary Venegas for Royal Caribbean's newest ship, Spectrum of the Seas & Navigator of the Seas — touring Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and the Caribbean. Justine can be seen on NBC’s The Voice, CW’s ‘Legend’s of Tomorrow’, Netflix original series, ‘No Tomorrow,’ upcoming Freeform series, ‘Motherland: Fort Salem’, and in Disney Channel's Original Movies, 'Freaky Friday' and ‘Descendants 2’. Justine is an ongoing assistant to Zachary Venegas assisting choreography for Unity LA, Break the Floor’s: Dancerpalooza, as well as various conventions and classes.
Justine is a Triple Threat Dance Convention Tour Assistant to many world class choreographers including Tyce Diorio, Sean Cheesman, Luther Brown, Jillian Meyers, Megan Lawson, Nick Lanzisera, Tina Landon and NAPPYTABS. She has assisted all across Canada and in Los Angeles. In her early years of professional work, she has been a highlighted dancer in several PRP productions including the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Opening Ceremony. Other credits include New Balance, Telus Canada, Victoria and Canadian pop artist Duffield. Justine now works on the production side at Royal Caribbean International, but in previous years has completed three contracts as a performer on the Voyager, Navigator, and as an 'Aqua Dancer' on the Harmony of the Seas travelling all over the world.
Justine teaches several classes and workshops in British Columbia and is a faculty member of Vancouver’s #1 drop in studio Harbour Dance Centre.