Heather Rabun, an Austin, Texas native and award-winning choreographer, earned her BFA in Ballet and Modern Dance from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth in 2005, and has been teaching, performing and choreographing ever since. She has danced professionally for companies including L.A. Choreographers & Dancers and Dallas Neo-Classical Ballet, as well as for various productions, performing throughout the greater Dallas/Fort Worth area, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York City, London and Japan. While living in California, she co-founded and directed arts non-profit Beautify Earth in 2014 through 2018, under which she produced over 50 public murals, the Every Woman Program (#BEeverywomanLA), the Beautify Pico Mural Tour and B.E. Dance LA (#beautifyearthdance), between gigs. As a choreographer, her experience is diverse with her most recent works being for the camera. Heather's choreography in "Allegro Scratch", a short film produced by Cindy Quijada, earned it titles of "Best Dance Short Film" at Riurau Film Festival 2017 and "Gold Winner in Choreography" in the International Independent Film Awards 2017. In April of 2019, she screened “Allegro Scratch” as well as her two latest dance films (created through Studio School’s Advanced Choreography Intensive) “splat!” and “To Build A Home…” for nearly 100 guests at Santa Monica’s historic Barker Hangar. A true artist, always exploring the many facets of beauty - dance, visual art, music, design, & film - Heather, aka "Dancin Heather", is most known for dancing-while-painting, has traveled to over 18 countries around the world, currently resides in Stamford, CT, and choreographs on commission.