Matt Steffanina, the most renowned YouTube dance choreographer, started dancing at 13. His popular YouTube channel Dance Tutorials Live is executive produced by him.
South Korean dancing studio 1MILLION has several instructors. 1MILLION Dance Studio offers online and in-studio lessons. South Korean dance studios teach novices and professionals how to improve.
Kyle is an American social media and dance choreographer. He's coached dancers on The X Factor, Sing Your Face Off, and Nickelodeon's How to Rock.
In 2005, Indiana native William Wildabeast Adams began dancing training in Chicago and Indianapolis. After winning the Indiana Black Expo, Adams joined "Destined 2 Be" and became famous.
Before dancing, Miami native Courtney Nicole "Dytto" Kelly did gymnastics and cheerleading. The Drop dancer Dytto models. Popping, robotting, and tutting helped Dytto break into the dance industry as a model and performer.
Urban Dance Camp choreographs massive dances. Urban Dance Camp is one of the largest dance organisations, with 18 professional dancers teaching 88 courses over four weeks.
Dancer, makeup artist, choreographer, and social media star Tricia Miranda. After years of dancing with Britney Spears, Black Eyed Peas, and Jennifer Lopez, she became famous.
Queensland-based Mega Jam choreographs hip-hop dance. Luis Pinto and Jasmine Meakin founded the company in 1996 to make street dancing joyful and easy. Mega Jam stays on top of dance trends.
Mandy became famous in 2007 when she danced for Miley Cyrus on her "Best of Both Worlds" tour. Mandy and Miley became quick friends and created "The Miley and Mandy Show" on YouTube.
Tim founded T.Milly Productions. Concept videos and branded content made his YouTube channel popular. Tim has been featured on Good Morning America, BuzzFeed, and MTV, demonstrating his expertise.