The best feeling in the world is seeing all of your hard work finally come together. We had some major challenges in the process of putting this set together, the biggest being Hurricane Sandy closing down our studios for a week, but we pushed through as a team and placed SECOND at the Pride 5 Dance Competition this past weekend.
A big thank you to everyone on the team for staying committed and helping this vision come to life. Another big thank you to all of our fans for your continuous support. We hope you enjoy!!
After tirelessly working through the night (literally) we’ve finally finished our newest website and have it up and running! Welcome to the newest version of EPICMotionDance.com. Introducing our current season of dancers, our new site has everything you need to know about our dance company. We’ve also introduced a blog feature to our site where we’ll be keeping you up-to-date about events, workshops, performances, etc. so keep checking our site for updates!
With the madness that was Hurricane Sandy finally gone we’re really beginning to see the aftermath the storm has caused and how it will be affecting our daily lives for the next few days/weeks as clean up begins and we all try to return to our normal lives. The storm has put EPIC on hold as many of us are still without power, water or transportation as the subways are on lockdown until further notice.
While there’s a lot that we can be complaining about but thankfully everyone in the EPIC Family is safe.
Hope everyone else affected by the storm is now safe and sound.
The Manahattan skyline in darkness after scheduled power outages throughout the city.
Image via The Atlantic via Reuters/Keith Bedford
Flooded portion of Dumbo in Brooklyn, New York. Ironically, just two weeks ago this is where we held our fall photoshoot (see previous post).
Image via The Atlantic via AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews
People outside and taking photos in the blacked out section of Chelsea. Chelsea is also home to one of our long time studios and rehearsal space.
Image via The Atlantic via Reuters/Andrew Kelly
This year we decided to keep things pretty simple and took an excursion into Brooklyn to get a Manhattan backdrop. We lucked out as the weather was perfect the entire weekend and we’re just generally good looking people. Photos are compliments of our own Michael Toy. Here are a couple unedited photos from the day.
Our site is full of the official photos from our shoot and we’ll be using throughout the rest of the year for promotional materials so keep checking our blog for more!