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SpinCo Street Team

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Street Team Members

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Reese Crawley

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Maurice (Reese) Crawley, also known as "Stoop Kid," has been practicing flow arts since January 2014. The passion and freedom found in the arts has taken him through many different forms of self-expression, but his love is for performance and giving back to the community. From volunteering at the American Youth Circus Organization (AYCO) in Portland, Maine, to video shoots in Birmingham, AL, to fire performances in San Francisco, CA; every endeavor receives all of his time and dedication. Reese looks forward to bringing that same energy to SpinCo and a community near you.

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Krystal Carosiello

Krystal hails from Delaware and is owner of famed Fab Creates by Krystal the Great, a local hoop shop where you can find and build your dream hoop for a reasonable price! In addition to hoops, Krystal also vends journals and other unique gift items. Find her at most of our events. Krystal also works in theater and stage production where she can be seen backstage at major events. A jack of all trades, we are proud to have her on our street team as a production assistant.

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Ken Haines

Ken discovered a passion for circus arts while trying to learn to juggle 3 balls a few years ago. Ken is an electrician by day and lover of circus arts. Likes include but aren't limited to sushi, sunshine, and good vibes.You can find him in a park juggling or biking around philly weekly if you see him feel free to say hello.

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Stefi Spins

Stefi has been hooping for 5 years and has shared her love for hooping by teaching classes, hosting online challenges, performing, and teaching at Philly events. Double hoops have become her passion and she has enjoyed exploring the world of technical double hooping. Stefi believes that learning & teaching are one in the same and that skill sharing is vital for our growth as flow artists. She has developed her own series of easy-to-follow hoop tutorials which she shares on her Instagram and YouTube pages.

Follow Stefi on Instagram and watch her YouTube Tutorials

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Alicia Talia

Alicia Talia comes prepared with her staffs and darts. Introduced to Fire staff by a close friend from New Zealand, Alicia practiced ‘Ailao Afi’ Polynesian fire spinning with a double ended D.I.Y. fire staff and became hooked on the movement. After learning the basic moves of Samoan Fire Knife Dancing, she began watching baton-twirling competitions, practicing ballet, and engaging in free-form dance to fuse the movements together. Nine months later, Alicia was presented a rope dart and the flow-learning process began again. Now that the gates have opened for her, Alicia is fully committed to improving her art and introducing anyone and everyone to the wonderful world of spinning and twirling.

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Jessica Borden

Faerie extraordinaire and multi-medium artist from New Jersey, Jessica Borden works, creates, and expresses herself with her hands. Picking up double staff in 2009, she’s been twirling ever since, from the conclave of Burning Man regional festival Firefly to the runway of Diabolique to the stage of the TLA! Along the way, she learned fire breathing and has dabbled in palm torches, flow wand, and hooping. A dog groomer by trade, she’s also an exhibiting painter, sculptor, photographer, and ceramicist with a passion for written expression and her dog, Dane. She’s excited and eager to explore how she can contribute to and interact with the flow community at large!

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Jennifer Bullock

Positive energy and passion are two of Jennifer’s defining characteristics. She loves seeing people’s eyes light up with wonder and excitement as they witness the amazingly diverse people, props, and skills on display in the flow arts. Relatively new to flow arts herself, and with the desire to share her enthusiasm with the community while continuing to improve her art, she is delighted to have found SpinCo. Jennifer has co-presented Introduction to Poi workshops and finds joy in talking to and giving impromptu lessons to anyone and everyone who approaches her when she has her poi in-hand.

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Ken Perna

Ken’s world changed the first time he saw fire poi over a decade ago. He immediately thought, “I have to learn that!” Since then, he’s been learning, spinning, and giving back to the community by leading Beginner Poi workshops and other fire manipulation classes at events in the Mid-Atlantic region. He’s found a way to blend his passion for fire with another of his artistic expressions, photography, and creates beautifully unique fire portraits with a technique he calls fire painting. In addition to poi, Ken has begun dabbling with rope dart and levi-wand. He is excited about working with the SpinCo Street Team to help expand the flow arts movements in this area.

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Joanna Remmele

Since being introduced to the flow arts in 2013, Joanna enjoys expressing herself through poi and has an interest in adding staff and baton skills to her repertoire. Although she still considers herself a beginner, she has a passion for sharing her love of the flow arts and giving back to the community. In addition to co-presenting Beginner Poi workshops at various Mid-Atlantic area events, Joanna also teaches a “How to Make Your Own Sock Poi” DIY class to help ensure accessibility to all. In joining the SpinCo Street Team she is excited to explore opportunities to contribute to the greater Philadelphia community while continuing to grow within the flow arts!

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Ellen Rebbeck

Ellen has been hooping since 2016 and it has changed her life for the better in so many ways. She just recently started performing and teaching hoop workshops and absolutely loves it! She wants to introduce the joy of flow arts to as many people as possible. She is passionate about all types of movement medicine and is a certified yoga teacher. Spirituality is also a big part of her life; talk to her about astrology, tarot, crystals and all things metaphysical. She is so excited to be working with SpinCo to help spread the flow arts movement!

You can find her on instagram as @etherealflows

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Kira Morrow

Kira ( @altkm ) has been a dabbler in flow arts for decades picking up various props, and never committing to any. Then around 2012 she started unicycling and that took, and then she started yoyo’ing in 2015 which became her main flow art. You can catch her competing at yoyo contests, and sharing/teaching yoyo tricks at flow/movement arts events. Even with yoyo’ing as her main flow art, expect to see her continue to dabble in multiple mediums. As she can be often found taking movements traditional in one flow art and transferring them to other flow art mediums.

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Curran Smith

Curran Smith you could say has a burning passion for the flowarts. His journey began as a New Years resolution; teaching himself the art of pen spinning as a way to channel fidget energy; this talent would eventually blossom into the multi prop performance artist he is today. Using his education of Industrial Design, he crafts his props for practice and performance. Now a teacher (but always a student), Curran seeks to share the joy that flowarts have brought him.

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Jestina Schubert

Jestina, aka J, started off gloving when she first got into flow arts 8 years ago. Since the she’s acquired hoops, silk fans, palm torches, and pretty much whatever else she can use as a prop! She likes to add her own flare to everything she does. At any event she attends you can always find her with a big smile on her face and a hoop in her hands. You can follow Jestina on Instagram @jest_flowin.

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Dawn McMusicality

Dawn is a multi-prop spinner with a background in East Coast and West Coast Swing, The Hustle, and the American Country Dance Association. She has even taught beginner and intermediate lessons on the County 2 Step. She has a strong passion for Russian and American Tech fans, double staffs, Ropedart and Poi. She was elated to be mentored by Yana Almavoza, a popular Russian fan spinner. Dawn enjoys volunteering for SpinCo and would love to teach props and pass down the knowledge she has gained from others. When not spinning she enjoys camping and leading groups of friends kayaking and hiking adventures all over the tri-state area.

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