Caroline Lewis-Jones from South Carolina, has been dancing for over 35 years. She is a mom of two little boys, married to Hance, and is a certified Holistic Health Coach through IIN. She trained at The Southern Strutt under her mentor and greatest teacher, Nancy Giles. At the age of 18 she moved to New York City where she performed for six years. Her credits include the VMA’s with NSYNC, the Latin Grammy Awards, many Commercials, Disney Industrials, Britany Spears and Madonna “Me Against the Music” video, MTV’s Body Rock Fitness Video, and more. Although successful as a commercial dancer, her true passion lies within contemporary company work, where she had the opportunity to work for Mia Michaels Company R.A.W, Dee Caspary’s IV Dance Company, Notario Dance Company, Rhapsody and Company, A.S.H Contemporary, and Justin Giles’ Soul Escape. In 2001 she traveled to Seoul, Korea where she performed for Jason Parson’s and POZ Dance Theatre. In July 2010, Caroline performed with Sonya Tayeh from “So You Think You Can Dance” with her company in Chicago. She also choreographs for studios around the country, and teaches for Adrenaline Dance Convention and The Dance Sessions. In December 2007, Caroline choreographed and performed a one-woman show, called Finding My Way. It was about the loss of her mother and her life currently without her. It is her greatest accomplishment yet. Caroline also founded Unbound Dance Company in 2008 with Susan Dabney Hancock in Columbia, South Carolina. Her goal as Artistic Director of UNBOUND is to inspire and give dancers young and old, a new outlet to perform. She wants to build Unbound and continue to inspire all forms of dance in Columbia. Caroline also has a deep passion for inspiring healthy living and disease prevention. 15 years ago she joined a community called Health Made Simple and partnered with a company called Juice Plus. Her mission in life is to encourage and inspire healthy living around the world. Her motto is if you don’t take care of your body, where are you going to live?
Morgan Holton is a native of Columbia, SC. She grew up dancing competitively at the Southern Strutt where she trained for 15 years under the direction of Nancy Giles. In 2016, she graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Communications and went on to tour with Adrenaline, Revive, and National Dance Honors as graphic designer and brand manager from 2016-2019. She is grateful for the opportunities she has had to work and train with many renowned choreographers throughout her career.
Morgan began her teaching career at Palmetto Performing Arts under the direction of Kristi Beers in 2014. Over the last 8 years, she has won various awards for her choreography; however, her greatest accomplishment to date has been not only training her students to be great dancers, but also inspiring them to be great people. Morgan currently resides in Savannah, GA where she teaches, choreographs, and serves as Company Assistant at Gretchen Greene School of Dance. As an instructor + choreographer primarily at PPA and GGSOD, she is passionate about teaching dancers of all ages.
Morgan first began dancing with Unbound in 2012 and most recently performed in Unbound's show, "ONE" in 2021. Her love for and involvement with Unbound has continued to grow over the years. She is now entering role as co-director, where she actively participates in all aspects of the company including performing, choreographing, graphic design, and marketing. Morgan is grateful and excited to now serve as co-director alongside one of her greatest friends and mentors.