Annalee Tull has a BA degree in dance and journalism from Radford University with a minor in French. She has trained extensively in ballet, tap, jazz, tumbling, hip hop, modern and contemporary styles of dance. She is on faculty at Watts Dance Studio and performs regionally with the Showcase Dancers. She is a former member of DDO Artists Agency, where she performed in music videos for Taylor Swift and Dierks Bentley. While at Radford, she danced with the dance department as well as the hip hop dance group, AreUHype. Annalee held the role of maid and flower in the school's production of The Nutcracker, as well as working with their theatre department portraying a ghost in Liza and the Riddling Cave. She has choreographed full-length musicals, such as Baby: the musical, and choreographs dance concerts such as Novel Ideas, a collaboration between her and another student as their senior honors capstone project. More recently, Annalee has performed in New York City at the Choreographer's Canvas, performing Bob Boross's work "I am."
Professor Tull teaches a year-long Contemporary Dance course that covers Jazz, Hip-Hop, Modern, and Musical Theatre dance styles.