Who Where Why

As soon as she was introduced to myths and legends, Pastel Supernova wanted to share the tales of Divine Feminine deities and entities to the world. By this time her professional dance training had already begun and she took advantage of her choreography studies to create works for anyone who would watch so it is no surprise Pastel began her professional career choreographing. First she began in contemporary dance companies and later touring as a backup dancer, most notably with Nelly Furtado. Although she loved the rock n' roll lifestyle of globetrotting with bands and pop stars, left it to share her own artistic visions.

In 2012 after discovering her deep love with the art of Burlesque she founded her own ensemble, Love Letters Cabaret, and has since been producing full-length multidisciplinary revues dedicated to honoring the Divine Feminine. The company's blend of powerhouse performers and seductive choreography earned it the reputation of being “Toronto’s most sexually charged dance theatre company.”

Pastel's passion for burlesque trickled off stage and into the studios where she developed a style of instructing focused on developing confidence and grace. Her classes range from the art of seduction to no-nonsense fitness and conditioning workouts. Her motto "Say Yes" is the foundation for building the kind of self-love and boldness applicable to both life, self-love, and showbiz alike. While she was teaching, Supernova won various international burlesque awards (Top Burlesque Performer - Alternative People's Choice Awards;  Best Stage Presence - Lake Como Burlesque Festival ) and took the opportunity to both perform at the legendary Burlesque Hall of Fame in Las Vegas and perform with Dita Von Teese.

Her choreographic style and bombshell looks pushed her through the niche world of burlesque and won her 2019's Toronto Nightclub Awards for Best Nightlife Entertainment. In film & television, she has many credits, two of which she's had the pleasure of playing herself (Degrassi TNG and DC Titans). On her most recent feature film Becoming Burlesque, Supernova was charged as the film's choreographer off-camera as well as Catcha Fox, the head of a notorious burlesque company on camera. Presently Supernova is furthering her acting studies focusing on comedy while continuing to create online work during the Covid-19 pandemic. Until public shows are safe again, keep an eye out for her in film & television.

Who Where Why

Supernova wanted to share the tales of Divine Feminine deities and entities to the world. By this time her professional dance training had already begun and she took advantage of her choreography studies to create works for anyone who would watch so it is no surprise Pastel began her professional career choreographing. First, she began in contemporary dance companies and later touring as a backup dancer, most notably with Nelly Furtado. Although she loved the rock n' roll lifestyle of globetrotting with bands and pop stars, left it to share her own artistic visions.

In 2012 after discovering her deep love with the art of Burlesque she founded her own ensemble, Love Letters Cabaret, and has since been producing full-length multidisciplinary revues dedicated to honoring the Divine Feminine. The company's blend of powerhouse performers and seductive choreography earned it the reputation of being “Toronto’s most sexually charged dance theatre company.”

Pastel's passion for burlesque trickled off stage and into the studios where she developed a style of instructing focused on developing confidence and grace. Her classes range from the art of seduction to no-nonsense fitness and conditioning workouts. Her motto "Say Yes" is the foundation for building the kind of self-love and boldness applicable to both life, self-love, and showbiz alike. While she was teaching, Supernova won various international burlesque awards (Top Burlesque Performer - Alternative People's Choice Awards;  Best Stage Presence - Lake Como Burlesque Festival ) and took the opportunity to both perform at the legendary Burlesque Hall of Fame in Las Vegas and perform with Dita Von Teese.

Her choreographic style and bombshell looks pushed her through the niche world of burlesque and won her 2019's Toronto Nightclub Awards for Best Nightlife Entertainment. In film & television, she has many credits, two of which she's had the pleasure of playing herself (Degrassi TNG and DC Titans). On her most recent feature film Becoming Burlesque, Supernova was charged as the film's choreographer off-camera as well as Catcha Fox, the head of a notorious burlesque company on camera. Presently Supernova is furthering her acting studies focusing on comedy while continuing to create online work during the Covid-19 pandemic. Until public shows are safe again, keep an eye out for her in film & television.