Gwendolyn Yap, Editor/ Writer/ Videographer
Having trained in classical dance since the age of three, one could assume that Gwen is a highly skilled dancer. However, given the broadness of dance genres and her endless pursuit of new things, she is currently a typical example of “jack of all trades, master of none”. Armed with her ‘can-do’ spirit and passion for living, she is most alive when challenged (except in logic games).
You can find her passively online @gwenacino on Instagram, @gwendolyn yap on Facebook and she doesn’t have Twitter.
Castro Jezreel, Designer/ Writer
She’s an art enthusiast who wants to try her hand at every visual and performing art possible. Jezreel started dancing when she was three years old but only formally joined classes in Polytechnic – mainly trained in Hip-hop.
When not busy behind her laptop, planner, or camera, she likes spending time with friends and family or experimenting with new recipes.
Follow her on her adventures on Instagram and Youtube @jezzyreigh.
Nina Nakamura , Writer
Nina has a background in classical ballet of 9 years, however, though she appreciates the tradition, she chose to move on and explore other styles of dance such as contemporary, hip-hop and urban! With her life tossing and turning lately, she hasn’t been able to dance as much as she used to but she continues to express her passion for dance with the DWR team!
Breton Seah Kah Hui, Reviewer/Writer
Even though he’s a late bloomer in terms of dance, Breton uses the strength he trained from back in sports to condition himself for dance, although the same can’t be said for his flexibility (but I can do a jump split!). Loves to have a good laugh and is more than willing to hear you out on your opinions!
“We’ll get there, eventually”