Alex Carrington was born in Little Rock, Arkansas. She received the majority of her training at the Ballet School of Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and the LINES Ballet Training Program. Alex is a member of the Margaret Jenkins Dance Company, and has also performed with detour dance and The MoveMessenger(s) in San Francisco, and Donald Sales' Project20 in Vancouver, BC. Alex has been a member of tinypistol since 2013.
Alexander Diaz began his training at the Bronx Dance Academy, as well as the Bronx Dance Theater. From 2009 - 2010 he was a Fellowship recipient as part of The Ailey School's Junior Division. He is a certificate graduate at The University of the Arts, and recently graduated from the Alonzo King LINES Ballet Training Program. Alex has had the pleasure of performing works by Sidra Bell, Clifton Brown, Ronald K. Brown, Shannon Gillen, Maurya Kerr, Sara Shelton Mann, and Earl Mosley. He joined tinypistol in 2017.
Chelsea Reichert grew up in Lawrence, Kansas. She graduated with a BFA in Dance from Marymount Manhattan College, where she received a gold key for excellence in choreography. After graduating, Chelsea moved to San Francisco to study at the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, under the direction of Summer Lee Rhatigan. In the Bay Area, she has had the joy of working with Sharp&Fine, Courtney Mazeika, Christine Cali, Katharine Hawthorne, Erin Malley, and is currently working with Maurya Kerr’s tinypistol.
cleo ledet - graphic designer
Cleo Ledet is a Baltimore-based graphic designer. Through her work with the branding agency Design B&B, she has had the opportunity to work on global brands including McCormick Spices, Dove Chocolate, and Johnson's Baby. Her real passion, however, is helping artists and small businesses tell the world who they are. Cleo holds a BFA in graphic design from Academy of Art University. Her past lives as a dancer, barista, and audio tour salesperson also inform her work.
stephen texeira - photographer
Stephen Texeira is an Oakland, CA-based photographer who specializes in dance photography, portraits, and street photography. He brings to his work the same focus he applies elsewhere in his life: he pays attention. When the world is going through each day as though it were just like the one before, he pays attention...and it makes a difference. It makes a difference in how he views the world and how he photographs the people and places in it. His goal is to make photographs that are honest, emotional, funny, touching, sad, beautiful, and moving.