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Kendell has been a dancer for over thirty years and has taught dance to youth and adults in Fairbanks for over a decade. She has trained in all styles of dance from tap to ballet, breakdancing to contemporary and so many more.  Kendell has taught dance in the Fairbanks Area and is the creator and  Director for the successful Dance REVolution Crew for over a decade.  Her experience and knowledge of dance styles makes her the go to instructor for technique, choreography, and performance.  She has been training on aerial silks, hammock, and Lyra since 2011 and began teaching private lessons in 2014.  She Now also trains and teaches on Dance Trapeze and Cordelisse. Kendell has completed many hours of Aerial Teacher Training focusing on Silks, Lyra, and Dance Trapeze from Jenn Bruyer of Versatile Arts, Level 1 and 2 Lyra Teacher Training with Hoop Artist T Simon- Lawrence,  Aerial Rigging Workshops taught by Fight or Flight Ent, and continues to train at Aerial Festivals and takes classes weekly to further her aerial education on different techniques and how to safely train for advanced techniques.  Kendell’s teaching style focuses on having fun while learning and building strong foundations in safety, technique, and musicality. Her passion and dedication will have you flying in no time!

Dancing Queen Kendell, Owner of Aerial View

Check out her Instagram here @Kendell.Mac




Lida has loved the circus arts for as long as she can remember (and still occasionally dreams of running away to join the circus). She started with gymnastics at seven, found acroyoga and partner acrobatics as a teen, and was introduced to aerial silks through the Aurora Aerial Arts club at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 2014. Since then, she has trained under various instructors in Alaska and California, each with their own styles. The aerial silks apparatus has just so much to offer when it comes to artistic expression and creativity that Lida can't wait to share this art with her own students!


Outside of the circus, Lida loves to dance waltz, salsa, and swing, among other styles; practice jiu jitsu; and study foreign languages and mathematics.



Oliviah Meneses is a lifelong Alaskan who began dancing as a young toddler at Dance Spectrum Alaska. Throughout her childhood, she performed in Music and Dance Machine, The Nutcracker, and various productions with Alaska Theatre of Youth. While modern and pop-jazz are her current technical focus, she has explored different styles of jazz, belly dancing, ballet, and burlesque throughout her dance career. Other notable performances include Penny Arcade’s B!D!FW! in 2011.

In 2019 she graduated from the University of Alaska Anchorage with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Theatre with a Dance Emphasis. During her time as a UA Scholar recipient UAA she was a member of Dance Ensemble for 3.5 years. She also had the experience of attending two American College Dance Association conferences in Boston (2014) and Long Beach (2015).

In 2021, Oliviah found Aerial View and was immediately captivated by the many possibilities of Dance Trapeze. She has been training privately and in classes with Kendell Macomber since then. She is so excited to begin teaching and hopes to encourage her students to step out of their comfort zone and explore performative qualities, while honing beginning technical skills. 

 When she is not with her Aerial View family, you can find her dancing with Momentum Dance Collective or as a core performer with Sweet Cheeks Cabaret.




Renee has been in love with Cirque du’ Soleil for over
20 years, going to all the shows she could in Las Vegas.
She started her own circus journey in 2010, starting
with acro yoga, then taking silks classes when she
traveled out of state until silks and lyra classes were
available in Alaska. She has completed Level 1

Teacher Training for Silks and Lyra with Paper Doll

Militia, and is currently working on Level 2.

Drawn to the strength and focus silks/lyra have
brought her, Renee is interested in working with
children to help them develop greater body awareness,
strength, and confidence. She wants to support young
girls and boys in Alaska to both express and challenge

Outside of aerial arts, Renee, a pediatric pharmacist
and professor in the University of Alaska/Idaho State
University College of Pharmacy Program. In her free
time she enjoys pilates, knitting, weaving, painting,
jewelry making and crafting.

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