Tag Archive: professional

On Moving To LA: 7 Keys To A Dancer’s Success – JC Ryan Carrier

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JC Ryan Carrier from New Hampshire moved to LA to pursue dance, and has worked with Lady Gaga, Lil Kim, Keyshia Cole, Ricky Martin, Ceelo Green, Ke$ha, and Jason Derulo to name a few. Currently expanding into choreography, JC is always striving to grow as an artist, and gives us his top 7 important keys to success.

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Photographer: Jino Abad

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Need a photographer to shoot your events, portraits, or lifestyle shots? Jino Abad’s work speaks for itself. He has a keen eye for detail, lighting, and great angles. His photos speak volumes, if photographs could speak.

Videographer: Edric Leggett

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A talented videographer and video editor, Edric is on the come-up, shooting videos for several dancers in the industry today. He is able to record your class footage, concept videos, or even edit a video compilation in case you need a reel done. Being a dancer himself, he understands movement and works quickly on the spot to help you create your masterpiece.

Exclusive Audition – Establish Your Empire August 12 2013, Bay Area CA

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An experience that will bring dancers to their next level of artistry–Gigi Torres launches Establish Your Empire to the Bay! Audition to earn a free 2-hr seminar to Creating Opportunities “How To Make A Dance Career Work For You.” Strengthen your performance, staging & blocking techniques, execution & dynamics, and musicality through 12 hours of intense rehearsals and individual dance critiques. Viral video shoot and exhibition performance to conclude the experience.

Rent A Condo in NoHo, Provided By Choreographer Kevin Maher

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Choreographer Kevin Maher looking for tenants to fill his condo. Kevin’s credits: New Kids On The Block, Justin Bieber, Mariah Carey, Omarion, Whitney Houston, Missy Elliot, Jennifer Lopez, Monsters Of Hip Hop, Edge PAC, Millennium, Movement Lifestyle, Debbie Reynold’s.

“Dancers Who Don’t Dance For Artists, Don’t Matter.”

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I won’t mention who said this or where I heard it (you might be able to guess that it came from someone who does dance for artists) but as someone who’s rarely danced for artists and lives… Continue reading