Honey Blonder started dancing in New York City at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute where she studied dance, theatre and voice. Her choreography in the independent film Dance by Design screened at the National Film Theatre, London; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; the Boston International Festival of Women's Cinema; the Ivy Film Festival at Brown University and the First Glance Film Festival in Philadelphia. Honey choreographed and danced in New York and Boston with performance art / recording artists "Countess" created by Cynthia Von Buhler. She received a Boston Music Award nomination for Best Live Act. Honey is the choreographer of her dance company "Disco Brats" and their performances include the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, The Dance Complex, Green Street Studios, The Cutting Room (NYC), Berklee College of Music,
Hynes Convention Center, Paradise Rock Club and the Middle East Rock Club. Honey created the holiday dance show "12 Dancers Dancing...A Christmas in Cambridge" and produces the event at the Dance Complex each December. Honey currently teaches dance at the Dance Complex in Cambridge and for Cambridge Center for Adult Education. Honey has also taught at Boston University, Berklee College of Music, Jeannette Neill Dance Studio, MIT, Boston Center for Adult Education, and Green Street Studios.