Malece was a contestant on So You Think You Can Dance Season 10 and toured the United States with the SYTYCD live show.  She has been on the TV series The Fosters, Dancing With The Stars, and Teen Beach 2 Movie with Disney. She has danced in several music videos. Malece travels to varies cities to teach and choreograph. She is a dancer for the Royal Flux Dance company and she is currently touring with the Lindsey Stirling Music Box Tour!

Lauren Putty White

Lauren, a Baltimore native, received her BFA from University of the Arts in 2005 as the recipient of the UArts Choreography Prize and Outstanding Performance in Modern Dance award. Since then she has performed and toured with notable companies such as Parsons Dance Company and PHILADANCO. She was also a featured artist in Waheed Works and the legendary Sun Ra Arkestara.  Choreographically, Lauren has presented work in New York for the Elan Awards, American Dance Guild Festival and Balasole Dance Company.  She has also presented work on Ballet X in Philadelphia and festivals such as the Norristown Dance Festival, the Koresh Come Together Festival, and the Yes Invitational in Richmond, VA. As an educator Lauren has done guest artist residencies in Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Jersey and North Carolina and teaches at multiple studios and schools in the Philadelphia region. Most recently, she has been an adjunct professor at Stockton College, and was the proud 2013 recipient of the Ellen Forman Memorial Award at Drexel University.  Currently Lauren is Artistic Director of her and her husband’s company Putty Dance Project, which premiered their first evening-length production, “Going, Wanting in the Age of the Selfie”, in Philadelphia in October 2014.  In February 2015 Lauren completed a 4 -week European tour with the Apollo Theatres’ Get on the Good Foot show, a James Brown Tribute.  This summer of 2015 Lauren was on faculty for Ailey Camp Baltimore.


Christopher Scott

Two time Emmy nominee Christopher Scott is sought after for his bold imagination and fearless creativity in his work. Some of his recent projects include the fifth installment of the Step Up series (to be released), Step Up: Revolution, the acclaimed Microsoft “Surface/Surface Pro” tablet commercial, the viral “Safety Video” hit for Virgin America and the record breaking Disney Channel Original movie, Teen Beach Movie. Chris has garnered continued praise (and an Emmy nomination) for his innovative pieces on Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance. Other choreography credits include two Macy’s Stars of Dance on Dancing With The Stars (“Duet of a Lifetime and “Titanium”), Disney Channel’s Lemonade Mouth, America’s Best Dance Crew, and Gloria Estefan. Chris had the esteemed honor of being the Associate Choreographer for the Emmy nominated 82nd Annual Academy Awards. He is also recognized for his ingenuity in the first online dance adventure, The LXD: The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers (of which he is the co-choreographer, associate producer and played the role of “Copeland”). Furthermore, he stepped behind the camera to direct two episodes in the acclaimed web series, as well as a 3D short film entitled “Match3d.” The LXD has performed live for Dancing With the Stars, So You Think You Can Dance, the Glee Tour, the 82nd Annual Oscars, TED Talks, The Conan O’Brian Show, and more.


Jessica lee keller

Jessica Lee Keller is a professional dancer, actor, and choreographer originally from Minnesota. She was one of the original members of the famous ‘Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet’. After 6 years with the company, her artistic versatility took her to the commercial world where she's worked both in front of and behind the camera. Her work can be seen on Disney Channels Original, ‘Teen Beach Movie’ and 'Teen Beach 2', where she was the associate choreographer and played the role of 'Sruts'.  ‘The Adjustment Bureau’ also gave her dual credit as assistant choreographer and played 'Lauren' in the film, along side Emily Blunt and Matt Damon.  She co-choreographed and performed in the 2013 Teen Choice Awards with Paramore.  Her contemporary pointe choreography can be seen with the acclaimed Legion of Extraordinary Dancers 'The LXD', where she also played 'Prin' in season 3.  Jessica has performed on stages around the world, as well as on ‘DWTS’, ‘SYTYCD’, 'X Factor', 'Glee',  'American Idol' and a number of music videos. Other credits include: ‘CSI’, 'Virgin America', 'Nike', 'Die Hard Batteries', 'Crest', 'Microsoft', 'Alpine Headphones' and 'BMW'.  Jessica teaches at the Edge Performing Arts Center in Los Angeles, she guest teaches with WCDE, Velocity Dance Convention, and Turn it Up. Jessica was the Ballet Mistress for Poetry in Motion Dance Co., and is a Master Teacher around the US and Canada



First broke onto the dance scene with his 2nd place runner up position on Season 7’s “So You Think you Can Dance” for Fox network.  He was also been a featured dancer on Fox’s “Glee” .  In 2013 he won a role in Teen Beach Movie and is fresh off the filming in Puerto Rico for “Teen Beach Movie 2”.  Kent also has had recurring roles on popular dance shows such as ABC Family’s “Bunheads” and Disney Channel’s “Shake It Up”.


Brandon ( Shaw) Shaw

was born in and raised in Pasadena California, and grew up mimicking the styles of pop icons Michael Jackson and MC Hammer. He knew dancing was in my blood... literally. He states " My parents met on the world renowned television dance show Soul Train, where I much later performed with R&B sensation Chris Brown in 2005 . I have to say It was a dream come true to perform where my very own parents jammed when they were kids." His most recent accomplishments include various T.V shows/ Movies and artist such as Ross Lynch, Ciara, Beyonce', Destiny's Child, Usher, LXD and touring with Chris Brown.His most recent accomplishments in choreography include Disney Channel movie "let it shine" , Lemonade Mouth ,So Random, Shake it up“Make Your Mark” Associate Chore. to Chris Scott SYTYCD (season 7, 8, 9 ) and Chris Brown (Forever European Tour). With a passion for the art and always wanting to give back he teaches at one of the hottest dance studios in LA. Debbie Reynolds Dance studio where you can find him burning up the class room floor with his coined fraise "Tourography hip-hop".Where he takes you through a true experience of what it feels like to dance, rehearse and even hit the main stage. It’s High energy, intense, and loving he loves what he does and it shows!


Lance Guillermo

From the streets of Baltimore to the bright lights in Hollywood, Lance has performed and choreographed his way to being a well-respected and sought after hip-hop dancer and choreographer, striving to be a true original in his field. His multi-faceted career in dance spans music, film, and television.

Lance’s television credits include being Assistant Choreographer to Emmy-Nominated Christopher Scott for Disney Channel’s, “Shake It Up”, ABC’s “Good Morning America”, and “The View”. He performed with music icon Gloria Estefan on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”, “The Rosie Show”, “Nuestra Navidad”, and “The View”. Lance performed in the 2008 Teen Choice Awards as a member of the ACDC (Adam {Sevani} {Jon} Chu Dance Crew) with Chris Brown, Adam Sevani (Moose), and the world famous “Jabbawockeez”. His music video credits include Gloria Estefan’s “Wepa” music video, and Ciara’s “Get Up” music video. Lance was a featured dancer in Touchstone Pictures film “Step Up” and assistant choreographer to Christopher Scott, and featured dancer in Disney Channel’s Original Movie “Lemonade Mouth”. He also had the pleasure of dancing for Lady Gaga at the Wonderland AIDS benefit in LA. Lance is currently on faculty for the WILD: Dance Convention and the Baltimore-based workshop, CRAZE: A New Dance Experience.

In 2008, Lance and his wife Danielle Sten-Guillermo co-founded “On the DL”. With Danielle's boundary pushing contemporary work, and Lance's preservation of the original street styles of hip hop, On the DL creates movement and beauty collaborative of two different dance disciplines. When their multi-faceted styles are combined they create a raw dance experience. Lance is also founder of the Kombined Stylez Crew which active members include, Christopher Scott (CTG), Jamile McGee (MTA), and Poly-Rok.
Despite his list of credits, what makes Lance most happy is being able to educate and inspire through teaching and choreographing. He works to preserve the original styes of hip-hop dance including b-boying (breakdance), poppin’, and lockin’ in his choreography and teach the historical background of the hip-hop movement. He encourages everyone he teaches to use these tools to become a better hip-hop dancer, but to also use what they learn in hip-hop to strengthen and sharpen their dance abilities in whatever style of dance they do. Lance seeks to mentor his students and inspire them to appreciate all forms of dance, keeping the streets of Baltimore in mind when they hit the dance floor.



Develops inspired contemporary works that is sought after by other innovators, dance companies and educational institutions. She strives to be an innovator of new ideas, styles, and techniques - pushing the boundaries of movement and beauty - rather than a follower of the present day trends. Her choreography has landed her numerous awards and recognition from her peers.

Just recently Danielle worked as Assistant Choreographer to Emmy-Nominated Christopher Scott in the upcoming Disney Channel Movie "Teen Beach Movie", set to debut summer 2013.  Danielle worked along side Christopher Scott and Lance Guillermo with music icon, Gloria Estefan, choreographing for and dancing in her music video, “Wepa”. She also performed with Gloria Estefan on "The View", "The Rosie Show", and Univision's Christmas show, "Nuestra Navidad".  Recently, Danielle danced along side Lance Guillermo to the poetry of Spoke Word Artist, Regie Cabico in New York City.  In the summer of 2010, Danielle worked as Associate Choreographer to Christopher Scott for the opening number of Season 7 SYTYCD  finale show entitled "RA". She was also an Associate Choreographer and featured dancer for the Disney Channel movie, "Lemonade Mouth".  Danielle choreographed along side Christopher Scott and Lance Guillermo when “Lemonade Mouth” debuted on "Good Morning America" and "The View".

In May of 2010 and May 2011, her work was chosen to perform at the Joyce Theatre in New York City. Earlier in her career, Danielle danced for Paula Abdul, and toured with choreographer, Doug Caldwell.  She is co-founder of On the DL, along with Lance Guillermo.  Danielle and Lance travel across the country and overseas to teach workshops and master classes, and choreograph unique compositions.  Their work has been performed in shows in Los Angeles, California, Las Vegas, Nevada, New York City, Orlando, Florida and other parts of the country.  Danielle is a resident faculty member at the Rage Box Contemporary Dance Center and an adjunct faculty member for Community College of Baltimore County.



AKA B-boy DOMkey has been dancing for almost a decade. Like many others before him, he began B-boying as a hobby. 3 years into the scene, after his first battle, he recognized his love for the dance and in the following years has become one of the most dynamic dancers in the game today. Recognized by his ultra clean yet insanely vicious, versatile style DOMkey has become one of the Legendary Lionz of Zion's most respected members. Representing in the Philidelphia PA area, DOMkey has performed through out the world and has won numerous competitions. Some of his more famous titles are the B-boy Ho Down 2VS2 2007 champions and the Crafty Bastards 2007 champ where he single handedly won it alone in this widely anticipated East Coast crew competition. Besides as a competitive dancer, he has also built a reputable name as a judge in the scene when he is not on the battle grounds. One of his greatest honors was being recently initiated into the Lionz of Zion battle squad. Known for their ingenuity and originality as pioneers in the B-boy art form, DOMkey has carried the torch to preserve the Lionz of Zion history. A jack of all trades and master of many moves, he combines his arsenal of movement on different levels while connecting to the beats at hand. As an incredible beat rider, he has a sense for casually connecting beautifully with the music while making the impossible look simple in his smooth flow. DOMkey has continued to grow as a dancer, never following the easy path, he has created a unique style of his own. Passionate in the culture he is a true artist in the B-boy art form.



Named a “virtuosic tapper” by The Washington Post, is native of Baltimore, Maryland and began dancing under the direction of his mother, Vanessa Jackson Johnson, at Turn Out Performing Arts Center. He continued to develop his passion for dance at Slater’s Dance Studio in Annapolis, Maryland.

Ryan is a well-known national and international performer, who has been called “purely amazing” by Septime Weber, Artist Director of The Washington Ballet. At the age of 22, he created Raw Sound Tap Company with the purpose to teach, restore, and preserve the history of Percussive Dance in the Maryland area. He has been commissioned by studios and festivals to create choreography through workshops and residency programs.

Ryan’s achievements include being cited for his choreography and solo dance performance, receiving a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council in 2008. He is the 2010 award winner of the DC Metro Dance Awards: Outstanding Solo Performance and finalist for the Emerging Artist Award. Ryan has performed in Cirque Du Soleil Mosaic, The Washington Ballet The Great Gatsby, and DansEncore 2010 International Dance Festival as a featured solo artist fusing step and tap dance.

Ryan was the lead choreographer for the 2010 Season Premier of Extreme Makeover Home Edition, in Baltimore MD were he created a Step Extravaganza. As well as premiering new works at the 2010 International Body Music Festival in Brazil performed by Step Afrika!, Ryan currently performing the role of Particle Man in the hit Off Broadway show STOMP and is a past soloist with the world renowned Step Afrika!.

Ryan is known for creating innovative choreography fusing stepping, tap dance, non-verbal acting, and audience participation. He has performed on stages and taught in studios across the world including The United States, South Africa, Madagascar, Morocco, South America, Canada, and South East Asia.



Writer, dancer, and actor, is an acclaimed B-Boy, his crew Flipside Kings has toured in and out the country competing in, judging, and winning various events. In 2003, he joined Teo Castellanos’ D-Projects, a collective of culturally trained artists who create provocative contemporary performances. Since then, Rudi has toured internationally with D-Projects in Scratch & Burn and FAT BOY, and has trained and worked with DV8 Physical TheaterCirque De Soleil, and is a founding member of Octavio Campos’ Campostion Hybrid Theater Works, Rosie Herrera’s Rosie Herrera Dance Theatre , and interactive performance troupeCirc-X. Rudi is a recipient of the 2008 Future Aesthetics Artist Regrant (FAAR) funded by the Ford Foundation in conjunction with the Future Aesthetics Cohort, and the 2013 Miami-Dade County’s Dance Miami Choreographers Program Award. He currently teaches and tours nationally and internationally with his three one-man shows, Insanity Isn’tFair Welling, and, PET - which were all originally commissioned by Miami Light Project.



Is originally from Isabela de Sagua, Cuba. He received his BFA in Dance performance from New World School of the Arts in Miami. He has danced with Freddick Bratcher and Company and Brigid Baker’s Whole Project.  As a member of Los Angeles based repertory company BodyTraffic, Liony has premiered new work by choreographers Guy Weizman and Roni Haver (Club Guy and Roni). Liony is a founding member of Rosie Herrera’s Dance Theater and continues to create his own work throughout Miami. His new solo work “in Lieu of flowers” just recently premiered at the Miami Light Box to rave reviews.



Began her training as a competitive gymnast and developed her artistry in all styles of dance in Waukesha, Wisconsin. She graduated with a BFA in Dance from the University of Arizona where she was the recipient of the Creative Achievement Award for Choreography from the College of Fine Arts. She has featured work in New York City at the 2010 Capezio A.C.E. Awards as Co-choreographer.  Following her move to LA, she has worked alongside Christopher Scott and Jeffrey Hornaday in Disney Channel's Teen Beach Movie as a Biker/Dancer, appeared on shows Austin and Ally, Shake It Up, Nickelodeon Teen Halo Awards, and performed in A Snow White Christmas with Neil Patrick Harris.  Her recent projects have given her opportunities to work with Spencer Liff, Invisible Children, Inc, Adrenaline Dance Convention, Adam Shankman's Rock the Vote Campaign and Nick Hissom, where she can be found in his latest music video "Killin' Tonight" under direction from Kenny Ortega, Christopher Scott and Jessica Keller. She approaches life with a smile and boogies her way through it!  Oh, and she dreams big, so you should too!



was born and raised in Miami has been dancing for most of her twenty eight years. Culturally and classically trained she started with her mothers' spanish roots in flamenco at the age of 4.  She has studied Ballet, Modern, Jazz, contemporary, West African, contact, improvisation, dancer theater, Latin dance, urban dance and choreography through out her school years. After leaving New World School for the Arts College Teresa a.k.a. "Toogie" has been creating her own fusion of contemporary dance with street styles Popping, locking, waacking, housing and most importantly improvisation.  As a performer, Teresa’s versatility has allowed her to work in several categories of the arts ranging from the theatre to the commercial world to the circus, to street performance and competitive world, nationally and internationally. She has worked with  Chris Scott, Invisible Children, the Lux Aeterna, Baby Light performance troupe, Substance Over Hype, D- Projects, Antics, Geovanni Luquini Performance Troupe, Pablo Cano,  Octavio Campos’ Camposition, Diana Lozano’s Circ-X, Control Freaks (poppin/lockin crew), Heartbreakerz (international female crew), Illeigh Reynolds’ aerial dance A.O.P.T., Cirque USA, Circo De Los Horrores from Spain, the infamous "box", , Silverlake Ballet, Univision and Telemundo spanish television, Paulina Rubio, Gloria Trevi, Pittbull and many other major latin artists. She also has danced and asst. choreographed for artists such as Sean Paul and Sean Kingston. In addition, Teresa premiered her first solo piece entitled “Z-minus”, commissioned by Miami Light Project and the Arsht Center for the Performing Arts at the Here & Now festival,. then by Crystal Parrot Players to create her second solo piece entitled “Monsters” and also by Florida International University. Since Toogie moved to LA in 2010 she has been focusing on combining all of her talents, including visual art, video and photo direction, choreographing, and teaching improvisation, which according to her is the most fun in the world.  She has performed consistently at the Carnival Choreographers Ball in LA and has won several freestlye competitions. She has also won national awards for hip-hop choreography competitions. Last year she was  teaching popping, waacking and improvisation at Renne Harris' Illadelph festival and in Costa Rica and Panama for the FIA festival. She continues to teach abroad, inspiring and being inspired and is in the process of creating her next big project "Mama".  She loves dinosaurs and getting free, sharing and caring and sweet things like hugs and donuts.



A native from Miami and New Jersey, began her training in ballet, tap, and jazz at the age of 5. After graduating from high school she attended college at New World School of the Arts in Miami where she received numerous scholarships and received her B.F.A. in dance in 2002. Not too long after finishing her program there, she was part of the Miami Sol WNBA co-ed dance team for 2 years. Since relocating to California in 2004, Reina has appeared in numerous films, TV shows, and music videos. She is active in the community and has put on shows to raise money for the ONE campaign, victims of Hurricane Katrina and the earthquake victims in Haiti. She has traveled the world working with some of the top artists of today such as Pink, Rihanna, JLO, KYLIE MINOGUE, Missy Elliott, Ciara, Daddy Yankee, Paula Abdul, Thalia, PRIMA J, Nelly Frutado , and many others. Her film credits include, “Beauty Shop", Hannah Montana". Commerical credits: “IPOD”,”KSWISS”, and “Chrysler”. T.V. credits: MTV VMA’S, GRAMMY’S, Dancing with the Stars, Latin Grammys, BET Awards, ESPY Awards, Australia MTV Music Awards, NAACAP Awards, to name a few. Tours: Rihanna “Last girl on Earth world tour” P!nk European and Australian in 2006 and 2009, Gloria Estefan, and Missy Elliott. Catch her next year on the Disney TV Movie "Teen Beach Musical."


Marko Germar

From So You Think You Can Dance 2011" is one of the top 20 contestants in Season 8 of the FOX reality dance competition. His dance specialty is Jazz. He is currently living in Canoga Park, California, but is originally from the South Pacific island of Guam. He moved to Los Angeles in 2008 to pursue a career in dance. Since then, he has worked with many top choreographers. His film credits include "No Strings Attached" with Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman, including choreography by Marguerite Derricks. He has done a live show for Nike, which was choreographed by Dave Scott and produced by JT Horenstein. Marko has also worked on the Disney Channel's "Shake It Up" with Bella Thorne and Zendaya Coleman, with choreography by Rosero.



Comes from Boston, Massachusetts, where she trained with the Boston Ballet from age eight through high school. She also attended the Roxbury Center for the Performing Arts. She is a May 2005 graduate of the Boston Conservatory with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Williams has performed works by such choreographers as Donald Byrd and Luis Fuente. Being a versatile dancer has given her the opportunity to also work in the commercial wold with artists such as Rihanna, Fergie, Ciara (Love, Sex, Magic, featuring Justin Timberlake) and Beyonce. As one of the dancers in the 2009 MTV video of the year “Single Ladies,” Williams also performed with Beyonce on her promo tour, the American Music Awards, the Today Show and Saturday Night Live.



Is one of the most exciting new dancers to hit the scene. He has performed on numerous televisions shows, films, music videos, and more. Terence’s movie credits include, the latest revival of “Footloose”, as well as his role as a Tick, in “Step Up 3D”. He danced in Justin Bieber’s “Somebody to Love” music video, as well as The Black Eyed Peas’ “Rock that Body” video, and Katy Perry’s video, “Hot & Cold”. He plays the role of MiniJack - one of the Fanboyz - in the web series “The LXD: The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers”. He toured with LXD which opened for the “Glee Live Tour”. He has performed on television shows including, “the 82nd Annual Academy Awards”, “So You Think You Can Dance”, “Shake it Up”, and “Teen Choice Awards”.


Mari Koda

Originally from Japan, is an accomplished dancer in many styles such as Hip-Hop, Popping, Locking, Jazz and Salsa. She won BET's 106 & Park Freestyle competition is also trained in classic ballet. Her credits include the opening number of MTV VMA with Jamie Foxx, and 50 cent's "Out Of Control" video and Missy Elliot's "Cop That Disc" video. Mari has been featured in both the new release “Step Up 3D” and “Step Up 2” as the character Jenny Kido.



Is a los angeles based choreographer, video artist, dancer and director. She dances for Hysterica dance company and is a member of Echo park based band "We Are the World" for whom, she dance co-choreographs and creates visuals. She often premieres her choreography and video works at local clubs and galleries. She has choreographed for many artists such as Yeasayer, Morcheeba, Heavy Young Heathens, Primary One, Ne-Yo, Baseck, Maluca, Haz'm and Jeffree Star. She has danced for artists such as Beck, Sugarland, B52's, Britney Spears, Fergie, Adam Lambert, Shiny Toy Guns, Norah Jones, The Bird and the Bee, Hecuba, Daedelus, Kinky, and Sonic Death Rabbit. She is also a teacher at The Edge Performing Arts in Hollywood.



Is one of the most sought after dancers in the entertainment industry today, known for being one of the very few true B-Boys who can also execute many different styles of choreography. Legacy has an inspired freestyle, versatility, drive & willingness to tackle all styles of dance that has attracted the attention of industry’s top directors, choreographers and artists.  Because of this, he has been chosen to perform in countless feature films, music videos, commercials and live stage shows. Just a few of his most recent credits include Hannah Montana The Movie, Dance Flick & Step Up 3D. Legacy has worked beside his friends, the now very well known dance crews…The Jabawokees, The Beat Freaks & The Groovaloos. He has also had the merit to work beside artists like Rhianna, Toni Braxton, The Black Eyed Peas , Chris Brown & Akon. As well as as being a featured dancer with Gwen Stefani on both of her solo world tours.

When he’s not performing, Legacy travels the world inspiring young dancers to follow their dreams. He has also trained various artists, like Chris Brown, in the art of B-Boying. Legacy has used his years on sets and stages to learn and observe the secret to making “magic”, the right choices when it comes to creating visions for the camera and stage.



Was a top 5 finalist on Season 4’s hit TV Show “So You Think You Can Dance.” Will is a contemporary dancer from Nashville, Tennessee. He started dancing at the age of 9 at the DC Dance Factory in Nashville and later moved to Los Angeles to train under Debbie Allen at the Debbie Allen Dance Academy. Besides his feature stint on “SYTYCD” Will is currently performing on Broadway in the new hit musical “In the Heights”.



Was established in 2008, when Danielle Sten and Lance Guillermo fused their multi-faceted styles to create a raw dance experience. Danielle develops inspired contemporary works that is sought after by other innovators, dance companies and educational institutions. She strives to be an innovator of new ideas, styles, and techniques - pushing the boundaries of movement and beauty - rather than a follower of the present day trends. Lance works to preserve the art of hip-hop and teach the historical background of the hip hop movement. Because of his main influence, the original styles of hip hop, Lance incorporates b-boying (breakdance), popping, and locking in his choreography - he is known for being a "true original" in his field. Their matchless styles have won them numerous awards and their work has been highlighted in performances in Orlando, Florida, Las Vegas, Nevada, Los Angeles, California, and other parts of the country. Both have had the pleasure of working with music artists including Paula Abdul, Lady Gaga, Ciara, Three 6 Mafia, and more. Lance was a featured dancer in the 2006 Touchstone Pictures movie, "Step Up", and performed on the 2008 Teen Choice Awards as a member of the world renowned dance crew, ACDC (Adam Chu Dance Crew). Danielle, a national award winning performer, traveled coast to coast as an assistant to famously-known choreographer, Doug Caldwell of Tremaine Dance Convention, among others. Together, Danielle and Lance seek opportunities across the country to teach workshops and master classes, and choreograph unique compositions - hoping to inspire students and leave a memorable influence on all forms of dance.



Is a recent graduate of the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, earning a BFA in Modern Dance Performance and the award for Outstanding Performance in Modern Dance. Katherine first received her dance training at Towson University’s Children’s Dance Division and was a member of the CDD TU Senior Troupe for three years. Additional training includes North Carolina School of the Arts, The Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, and the Doug Varone and Dancers Summer Workshop. Her performance credits include the Philadelphia Fringe Festival 2008, 80th Anniversary Tour of the Martha Graham Company (guest ensemble work), Disney World, the CEC in Philadelphia, and MOMIX Industrial at the Smashbox Studios in LA during Fashion Week. In April 2008, Katherine successfully self produced a show, consisting of six new works, in Philadelphia made possible through a grant awarded to her from the University of the Arts. She has danced for TruthDance and Kelley Donovan and Dancers in New York City. In January 2009, Katherine formed kerPlunk, a contemporary dance company based in NYC. In its inaugural year, kerPlunk has performed at Green Space Blooms Arts Festival, Steps on Broadway Choreography Lab, Philadelphia Fringe Festival at the Painted Bride Theater, and DUMBO Dance Festival. Along with directing and choreographing her company Katherine also performs with Tze Chun Dance Company in NYC.