FAI World Champion | MAD Chief Choreographer
Inka Tiitto has been dancing for most of her life and has always looked for new and different ways to express herself through music and motion. When she took up skydiving and indoor skydiving, this has suddenly become possible.
The then 28-year-old Inka made history by winning the first ever FAI World Indoor Freestyle Skydiving Championship in 2015. She doubled up on that by taking first in Freestyle at the 2016 FAI World Cup too.
Always driving to create the most aesthetic and challenging flying choreography in the column of air, she was watched by millions as a contestant on America's Got Talent in 2017. All four judges voted for her to proceed to the next round.
As an ISGS panelist she will obviously speak for herself - but also on behalf of two projects she is prominently involved in: Laszlo Laki's Modern Aerial Dance Company, the first windballet theater, and the ATMODANCE ACADEMY, where she is the head coach.
Find Inka's full Curriculum Vitae here.