About Us

Formed by Jason Beaman and Erin Aspinall, Outside Change is centred around a monthly magazine where they deliver current information and highlights of the dancesport world both here and across the world with an unbiased view for all organisations, societies and events.

Like any other community we require your participation by way of feedback and ideas. These ideas will subsequently allow us to tailor the site and the magazine to provide the best source of information on the DanceSport arena. It’s the Outside Change team’s vision that this collaborative effort in sharing experience and information will promote a healthier community for all dancers.

Jason Beaman JASON BEAMAN

Jason started dancing at the age of 3 in Brisbane as dancing was a huge part of his family.

Jason has been Queensland Champion in Juvenile, Junior and Amateur divisions New South Wales, Victorian, South Pacific, Australasian and NCDC Champion.

  • Undefeated Australian Professional New Vogue Champion 1996, 97 & 98.
  • Australian Professional Rising Star Ballroom, Latin & New Vogue Champion.9th place World Youth Ballroom Championship
  • 14th place World Youth Latin Championship
  • Semi Finalist World Professional 10 Dance Championship
  • 5th place Asian Pacific Professional 10 Dance Championship

Now a highly sought after coach, lecturer and adjudicator throughout the world.

Jason is co-principal of MarShere Dance Studio – Ferntree Gully with Erin Aspinall, Brent Olifent and Shane Lawton.

  ERIN ASPINALL

Erin started dancing many years ago in Teenage Class at MarShere Dane Studios – Ferntree Gully and hasn’t looked back since.

Erin has been in numerous Australian Championship finals in Ballroom, Latin & New Vogue. Erin has won titles at the Victorian, Crown International, Premiere & Australian DanceSport Championships.

Erin is co-principal of MarShere Dance Studio Ferntree Gully with Jason Beaman, Brent Olifent and Shane Lawton.

As a qualified Scrutineer & Graphic Designer Erin has worked at and is involved with many Competitions throughout Victoria.