To Aldrin dance isn’t just a series of rhythmic movements, he remains involved with the dance scene to inspire positivity around others!
“Having that human connection that dance creates is one of the biggest factors as to why I dance. The constant push, challenges, and growth faced is fun and rewarding, but the connections are what’s most fulfilling. Impacting and creating positive changes in people’s lives through the art of dance is something that I feel connected to.
I remember leading the 3-day L4D Camp for O School at *SCAPE and it made me feel like I was part of something so much bigger than myself. I was leading physically but I felt so empowered by the participants, leaders, and organisers’ interactions.
I’m definitely open to having a career in the dance scene, as I love everything that has to do with developing people. So I do see myself dancing for a long time even if I may not end up becoming a full-time dancer – the future is still uncertain but I’m okay with that uncertainty.”