Meg Morrissey

Meg grew up dancing at the Georgia Dance Conservatory in her hometown of Marietta, Georgia. She trained with GDC and performed as a company member of the Ruth Mitchell Dance Theatre for fifteen devoted years. Meg then went on to continue her study of ballet, contemporary, jazz, and modern dance at Northwestern University, graduating in June of 2012 with a B.A. in Dance and a B.A. in International Studies.

Along with teaching classes and workshops around the greater Atlanta area, Meg has been a company member of Sideways Contemporary Dance Company, Graffiti Dancers, and Fuerta Dance Company. Her choreographic work has been featured by the New Movement Project and Atlanta's Dance Canvas.  Meg is the co-founder and Artistic Director of Fuerta Dance Company, as well as the owner and Director of Druid Hills Dance Center.


Aly Quigley

Aly trained for 7 years with S&R Dance in Illinois. She then went on to study dance and film at Northwestern University, graduating in 2012 from Northwestern's School of Communication with a B.A. in dance and a collection of dance films she created. She interned with HMS Media and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago to continue her work with dance on film. 

Since moving to Atlanta in 2013, Aly has worked with Fizz City Films, Pogo Pictures, as the Video Producer at The Impact Partnership, and as a new assistant and editor for CNN. 

Aly has been a company member of Sideways Contemporary Dance Company, Graffiti Dancers, and Fuerta Dance Company. She is co-artistic director of Fuerta, and the resident film artist.