Jocelyn Perez is a Florida based dance artist who expresses herself through movement as a choreographer, dancer and educator. Her newest solo work Opposites Act was invited by The Dancers’ Space to perform at create.DANCE.florida 2019 for an evening of inspiring and thought provoking works of contemporary dance. In 2019, Jocelyn began exploring expression through words with a new blog merging her love for dance and Florida.
Jocelyn earned an MFA in Dance with a concentration on Choreography from Florida State University and earned a BFA in Dance Performance from the University of South Florida. Jocelyn has performed repertoire by distinguished artists Talley Beatty, Bill T. Jones, Doug Varone and Gerri Houlihan & has performed in collaborative processes for Rodger Belman, Michael Foley, Hannah Schwadron, Megan Carvajal, Priscilla Marrero, Marissa Alma Nick and Brigette Cormier. Jocelyn’s most recent collaborative work Querencia - a dance film - circuited film festivals in 2018. Jocelyn is the new Master Instructor of Dance at Indian River State College in Fort Pierce, FL.