Divine Tasinda is a young professional choreographer/dancer in Glasgow. Divine specialises in different elements of art, such as fashion and dance. She has trained in street dance styles such as hip-hop, afrobeat, dancehall and experimental but has also trained in many other techniques. Divine is one of the owners of the Three60 company and also a designer/stylist and model.
Taylor graduated from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in 2018 with a First Class BA(Hons) in Contemporary Dance. After graduating, she studied at London Contemporary Dance School. Taylor worked with EDGE Dance Company as part of her MA in Contemporary Dance and toured across the UK and Europe whilst studying. Taylor was also part of the National Youth Dance Company of Scotland through YDance and toured with them across the UK and internationally.
Taylor works professionally as a performer and choreographer. Most recently, Taylor has performed in her own work "With Catastrophic Consequences" at venues including DanceBase, Pianodrome and Citymoves Dance Agency for DanceLive festival.
Taylor recently choreographed "Conversations on Care" for the Space BA Hons students for their final year show in 2022, and her work for Scottish Dance Theatre's Young Company, "Twenty Past Eight on a Sunday", was performed at Dundee Rep, DanceLive and Shaper Capers event "Creatiful" in Dundee. Taylor also choreographs on Horizons Dance Company for YDance and works as Creative Engagement Officer for Scottish Ballet, delivering workshops and talks for them across Scotland.