Heston, who began her dance studies at age 3, was a student of Landrith's until she graduated in 1995 from Seaman High School and moved 17 years ago to New York City to pursue her dream of becoming a professional ballerina.
She made her professional debut with the Eglevsky Ballet of New York and was promoted to principal dancer in 1998. She joined Ballet Internationale of Indianapolis and has also worked with Ballet West in Salt Lake City and as a principal dancer with Dance Alive National Ballet in Florida.
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