Tori Campbell began training at a young age. She diversified her training during her college years at The University of Minnesota. She worked alongside the Dance Department under Tina Wallum and Toni Pierce-Sands, while also becoming a part of the Twin Cities dance community. She was influenced by Hip Hope, a philanthropy based hip hop dance company under the direction of Joelle Fernandez, the breaking crews Floriental Flava and UBreak, and the contemporary dance company Breaking Boundaries, directed by Deborah Johnson. She also spent a year in Scotland dancing with and choreographing for the contemporary dance company Barrowland Ballet, while also working with the University of Stirling Dance Team performing and choreographing for their final showcase. After seeing the power of art and dance at work in these communities, she had the opportunity to create and grow her own company, F.U.S.E. Dance Collaboration. F.U.S.E. is a multi-style dance company working to create change and give opportunities to artists throughout the northwest.
Tori is now living in Seattle, and is so honored to be a part of Splinter Dance Company. She continues to work as a freelance choreographer and teacher in the Seattle area, while following her first love – working with the dance community, in order to grow and improve opportunities in the Northwest.