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Artistic Director & Owner

Britney Brown is a graduate of Florida A & M University where she obtained a BS in Health Science and a MS Degree in Occupational Therapy. She currently practices as an Occupational Therapist at Emory University Hospital Midtown.

Starting her training in ballet, tap, and jazz, Britney began dancing at the age of 5 at Edwin Holland School of Dance in Miami, FL under to direction of Edwin and Gaile Holland. As she began to advance in her dancing, she attended magnet dance programs at South Miami Middle and Senior High where she was introduced to Modern, Pointe, and Lyrical dance. During her freshmen year in high school Britney became a student dance assistant and later an instructor.

She has participated in various community events including but not limited to the Chocolate Nutcracker, Orange Bowl Parade, Halftime show Honoring Dan Marino at Joe Robbie Stadium, and FAMU TOPS student orientation showcase. 

While in college, Britney joined Essence Dance Theatre where she served as Keeper of Finance and stage manager.  This led her to teaching at Prophecy School of the Arts under the direction of Dr. Latoya Davis-Craig working with students between ages 3-12.  She is proficient in teaching various classes including but not limited to ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, acrobatics and creative movement. 

At this time, Britney began to branch out and started a dance class specifically geared towards children with disabilities so they could receive the quality individual attention needed to promote growth and development of gross motor skills.  She was then later able to mainstream these students into her regular Saturday classes where they continued to thrive. 

Moving to the Atlanta area, Britney reconnected with a fellow instructor and began teaching in 2011 at a studio located in Austell, GA.  For 3 years, she taught ballet, tap, and jazz to ages 3 and up and instructed both Junior and Senior competition teams.  Both teams participated in various community performances including, Downtown Douglasville Expos, Powder Springs/Austell Elementary Black History Showcases, Sew-Creative Fashion Shows and the Powder Springs Day Parade.  They also attended various competitions including Starquest, KAR, and Stage One Dance. 

In 2014, Britney started on her journey and life-long dream of owning her own dance studio known as ExtraOrdinary Productions Dance Company (EOP). Through hard work and dedication in and out of class the studio continues to grow.  EOP's competition groups have competed in numerous competitions and scored High Gold, Platinum, Top Ten, and various special awards such as High Intensity, Divas, Excellent Entrance and Dynamic Pictures Awards. 

With Extraordinary Productions, Britney hopes to continue to share her time and talents with others and continue to incorporate dance as a means of treatment and growth for children with and without disabilities. It fills her heart knowing that “her babies” not only take home dance lessons but everyday life lessons that will help them to continue to grow and develop along their life journey.


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