Jamee Pitts was a student of Island Dance since she was three years old and now teaches her very popular lyrical class for the past 18 years. Jamee privately coaches students specifically with strength and stretch goals as well as choreographs solo pieces for students in competitive dance. Jamee has performed in many Whidbey Island Dance Theatre spring concerts, the production of the Snow Queen and many Nutcrackers, with her favorite roll as Rat a queen in 2003.
In her high school years, Jamee competed in several group, solo jazz, and lyrical competitions, winning high silvers and golds. In 2003, Jamee’s choreography was chosen to be performed at the Regional Dance America/Pacific in the emerging choreographer category. Since then she has choreographed extensively for the Island Dance Performing Team and is a resident choreographer for WIDT.
In 2018 Jamee retired from being head choreographer and Artistic Director for IDPT, after 7 years of leading her group to many high awards, titles and judges choice awards. Pitts holds dear to her heart, the leader in her support system, husband of 16 years Stafone Pitts and daughter Taylor Pitts age 15. Jamee is also where she is today because of the love and support of her mother and mentor Charlene Brown and father Raymond Brown. Jamee is currently along side her mother and owner as assistant director to Island Dance.