Claude Aubourg (Dancer, Actor) brings a great personality, wonderful work ethic, passion and positive energy to everything that she does. She recieved her Bachelors degree from Florida A & M University in Business Adminstration. After graduating, Claude moved to New York City to work as a professional dancer. She also worked various jobs in the entertainment industry including at Motown Records and Daddy's House Recording studio. She later studied at Broadway Dance Center and William Esper Studios for acting.  The Haitian American shot a webseries called Moments, in which she played "Niki" and pilot, Handle Your Business, in which she played  young "Danielle".  She also played "Joan" in short film 3E.  In addition, she shot an ad for Facebook and was featured on "Boardwalk Empire".  She also shot a print ad for Lovesac Furniture and debuted in "From the Realm of the Shadow" by Convergences Theater Collective. She worked as a professional dancer and appeared in music videos for Diddy and Eric Sermon, and performed in live shows with Changing Faces, Rell, and Kulcha Don. She then moved to New Jersey, where she opened the Mélange School of Dance in Sicklerville as Owner/Artistic Director. She later became Director of the Praise Dance Ministry at Rivers of Living Water Ministries and a member of their Social Justice ministry. She is also a committee member for the SAG AFTRA New York Local Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender committee. She owns Black Queen Productions where she sells socially and spiritually inspired apparel and also produces film, theater, social justice, community outreach and events. She recently produced "Broken", a short dance film under Black Queen Productions and a dance piece called "Pearls" for Emerging Artists Theater.  She is a an actor, dancer, artist, activist and business owner. She is not your typical artist and people can feel her honest approach upon meeting her.