Mykelle Walton is an aerial artist pushing the boundaries of what the human body can do and combining it with the strength, grace, and artistry of a cirque style aerialist to create one-of-a-kind experiences about the questions of life, philosophy, and physics.
She has been an acrobat for over 23 years and has always been addicted to hanging from anything that she can get her hands on.
After her career as a level 10 gymnast, Mykelle picked up aerial arts and dance as a full-time passion in 2014, and has performed professionally ever since. She recently won overall at the Reno AerialFest 2017 and was selected as a finalist of Circus Star USA 2017 competition.
Using modern dance, Mykelle has contributed works to productions at the College of Southern Idaho, Orpheum Theatre, and done other independent choreography around the Northwest.
Mykelle has been teaching aerial for over three years in Idaho, where she is from. She enjoys sharing her passion with other movers around the world.