Arizona started street dancing in 2006, at just 5 years old after her Mum took her to watch the World Street Dance Championships at Blackpool's famous Winter Gardens.
Arizona began competing nationally at 7 years old. By the time she was 9, she had six 1st place solo titles under her belt, including the British Street Dance Championships.
Arizona also had great success with street dance crew, Masters of Motion (MOM). They became the first ever, under 18 team to win the Street Dance XXL Championships overall - Other previous winners include Flawless and Diversity.
In addition, MOM won many other 1st place titles including the World Street Dance Championships in 2011 at the Winter Gardens, where Arizona first discovered dance.
At 9 years old, Arizona was approached by London, hip-hop dance company, ZooNation, before becoming a member of their Youth Company (ZYC) in 2011. Here, she trained every week (for 5 years) with some of the best dancers and choreographers from around the world.
At ten, Arizona attended her first audition and got the starring role as lead dancer in the Weetabix Chocolate Spoonsize advert. The TV commercial was placed at number fifteen on ITV1's Ad of the Year 2011.
In 2012, Arizona won the first ever Nickelodeon Fruit Shoot Skills Award for 'Coolest Moves'. In the same year, she appeared in the Channel 4 short film, The Holloway Laundrette.
For two summers, in 2013 and 2014, Arizona played 'Dorothy' in ZooNation's Groove on Down the Road at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank.
Arizona has also performed at West End Live in Trafalgar Square, the Royal Opera House for the 2012 Olympics, the Royal Albert Hall, the Roundhouse and Sadler's Wells, to name a few.
Arizona's TV appearances include talent shows Britain's Got Talent, Got To Dance and Alesha's Street Dance Stars.
Today, as well as thoroughly enjoying teaching, Arizona continues to train every week in London.