Kylee was born and raised in Grande Prairie, Alberta. She began dancing at the age of six, with most of her formal ballet training at the Grande Prairie Dancer’s Academy under the direction of Nancy-Marie Rigler. She completed all of her RAD vocational exams including her Advanced 2 with distinction. She spent many summers at Ballet Austin, the Okanagan Summer Dance Intensive and the Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre in Toronto.
Upon graduating high school, Kylee moved to Vancouver to join the Goh Ballet Youth Company before signing a contract as company dancer with Ballet Edmonton in 2014. Kylee has performed new creations by Wen Wei Wang, Alysa Pires, Josh Beamish, Gioconda Barbuto and many others. She has also been a guest artist with the Ukrainian Shumka Dancers as the Sugar Plum Fairy in their version of The Nutcracker. In April 2017, she choreographed her debut professional work, a piece entitled FIVE.
After retiring from Ballet Edmonton in May 2019, Kylee decided to pursue a career in teaching full-time. She has been teaching ballet and contemporary dance at various training facilities across Alberta and is currently working to achieve her certification through the Royal Academy of Dance.
In addition to teaching the company class for Ballet Edmonton, Kylee is also a co-artistic director of Edmonton Festival Ballet, a teacher at Vimy Ridge Academy, SGSDance, Motives Dance and Fitness, and is a Pilates instructor.