Clo Ferreira was born in Isla Margarita, Venezuela and raised in Princeton, New Jersey since the age of 5. She fell in love with dance at the early age of 8 years old because of her brother, Ry’El Zen Zouk, who is also a professional dancer and became her dance partner and mentor. Her brother enrolled her in training across all styles including classical ballet, modern/contemporary, hip-hop, American & Latin ballroom, and Afro-Latin social dance such as salsa, multiple styles of bachata, and Brazilian zouk.
She has taken class, trained under, and been coached by an extensive list of masters and dance legends such as Eddie Torres, Griselle Ponce, Braz Dos Santos, Risa Kaplowitz, Sekou McMiller, Liz Lira, Jose Serrano, Eli Torres and many more.
She has won various competitions, performed at different venues worldwide, taught numerous workshops in multiple styles at dance congresses internationally, and has won titles such as International Choreographer.
Since 2018, Clo has been traveling the world capturing the attention and acclaim of dance enthusiasts through performance, training, coaching, and social dancing alongside her dance partner, De’Jon Polanski. Together they have taken the dance scene by storm and quickly become one of the most dynamic and versatile dance couples in the world of Afro-Latin dance.