Sydney Moss was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, where she grew up training at Studio 413. Sydney trained in Ballet, Jazz, Lyrical, Tap, and Hip Hop, as well as Gymnastics and Weightlifting for cross training. Throughout her years of training, she regularly attended conventions, which kept her motivated and inspired to further her dance journey. At age 14, she signed with a dance agency, and moved to L.A. after high school to pursue her dance career.
Sydney’s career as a professional dancer has led her to work with choreographers such as Nappytabs, Sean Bankhead, Tyce Diorio, Chris Scott, Melissa Garcia, Bryan Tanaka, Nicky Anderson, Andrew Winghart, Phillip Chbeeb, Mia Michaels, Tessandra Chavez, and more.
She has had the honor of dancing for an array of pop artists including Janet Jackson, Doja Cat, Taylor Swift, Mariah Carey, and Jennifer Lopez to name a few. Other dance credits of Sydney’s include dancing for Pepsi, McDonald’s, Google, The Billboard Music Awards, The Lortel Awards, the dance film High Strung, the television show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and more. She also spent a full summer performing professionally as an ensemble member at CFRT Regional Theatre in the musical, “Music City”. Currently, she is on set for a film about Dolly Parton with choreographer Kat Burns.
Sydney’s goal is to help dancers understand aspects of storytelling as they maintain details within the choreography, all while promoting the importance of understanding one’s self-worth.