Growing up in California as the youngest of four siblings, Ron followed their lead and trained in gymnastics and dance after school. At 8 years old, Ron moved to a new gym that did not have a Men’s gymnastics program so he took a chance and tried their circus program, Splash Circus. Within months, he fell in love with circus and decided to pursue it as a professional career.
After starting off with aerial silks and rope with the youth circus at Splash Circus, Ron joined San Francisco Circus Center’s Youth Circus at age 10 where he was introduced to Chinese acrobatics such as Chinese pole and hoop diving by Master Lu Yi. Throughout middle school and high school, Ron continued his circus training, as well as studying various dance styles such as ballet, contemporary, tap dance, hip hop, and learning how to choreograph.
In 2019, Ron graduated from École nationale de cirque in Montréal specializing in Chinese pole and aerial rope. He discovered an approach to circus that combined his dance background with his circus technique in order to create fluid movements and blend the two together. He also focuses on flying pole, aerial straps, and acro-dance.
Since graduating, Ron has participated in multiple circus festivals and live television shows including Georgia’s Got Talent. He has played principal character roles in numerous productions including Cirque du Soleil’s Amaluna, Amora, and ‘Twas The Night Before, as well as Cirque Éloize’s Les Géants. Ron now specializes in flying pole and Chinese pole, as well as acrobatics, aerial rope and straps. He has different acts on various disciplines and is always excited to perform them as well as to be involved in creations for different productions.
Ron has a US, German, and Israeli passport, a Canadian Permanent Residency, and is available for special events, shows, and creations for 2024 & beyond.