Analiese graduated with her BFA degree from the Purchase College Dance Conservatory in 2012. She has studied at American Ballet Theater's Intensive in Alabama, New York State Summer School of the Arts, and Ballet Hispanico. She has studied under prestigious teachers such as John Meehan, Steve Rooks, Daniel Ulbricht, Miriam Mahdaviani, and Mignon Furman. Analiese danced with Baltimore Ballet for two seasons rising to a Soloist. Her performances include Dew Drop fairy in The Nutcracker, Paquita, Variations from Giselle, Carnival of the Animals, and two original works by Cem Catbas. She also participated in a Modern and Contemporary company based in Washington D.C. Company E, performing their pieces Eleven and The Jungle Books. Analiese has choreographed solos for the Youth American Grand Prix competition. In addition to her time in Maryland, Analiese was on the faculty for Towson University's Children's Division. Currently Analiese is Faculty, Adjudicator, and Executive Coordinator for the American Academy of Ballet where she teaches workshops and the Performance Awards program internationally. Analiese also sets the work and choreography of Mignon Furman. She is an adjunct instructor at Marist College and SUNY Purchase.