Cameo Ibsen began her dance training at the age of three. She has extensive training in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Modern, Russian character and Flamenco. As a teenager she accepted invitations to study as a full scholarship, year-round student at both San Francisco Ballet and Pacific Northwest Ballet. In addition, Cameo attended classes with The Joffrey Ballet School, Alvin Ailey, Melissa Hayden, Houston Ballet, The African American Dance Ensemble, American Ballet Theatre, and Nucleodanza.
Performance credits include lead or soloist roles in Cinderella, Pas de Quatre, Die Puppenfee, The Nutcracker Suite, Trois Gymnopedies, Vivald's Four Seasons and Paquita among others. She had two original works created for her, “The Game” by renowned choreographer Susan Trevino, and “The Artist” by actor/dancer/director Jesse Borrego.
Cameo has worked with some of the best in the Dance/Theatre community, including Jonathan Watts, Henry Berg, Susan & Buddy Trevino, Jesse Borrego, Kathy & Dennis Landsman, Vicki Reid, Tamara Carson, and Rob Marshall (Broadway/film director).
Cameo teaches and/or choreographs for various venues around the Kansas City area including Starlight Theatre, UMKC, The University of Saint Mary, Missouri Western State University, Quality Hill Playhouse, Padgett Productions, and Gladstone Theatre in the Park.