SEPTEMBER 9 MEETING
Seattle native, Ellie Biddle graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in dance from Loyola Marymount University. Since then, she has worked with choreographers such as Talia Favia, Mandy Moore, Jessica Keller, Chris Scott, Becca Sweitzer and Mitchel Federan. She frequently dances for Andrew Winghart and has been a dedicated member of Jaci Royal's Royal Flux dance company for the past five years. She was recently a contestant with Royal Flux in Jennifer Lopez's new series 'World of Dance' in which you can also see her in their snap chat dance battle series.
Other credits include MTV Video Music Awards, Teen choice awards, commercials, music videos and Web concept videos. She has performed for artists such as Rihanna, Paramore, Chanel West Coast and Superfruit. She also assists Jaci Royal regularly, traveling with her around the country and abroad. She most recently assisted her with the Allstars on this season of 'So You Think You Can Dance'.
ELLIE WILL BE CHOREOGRAPHING OUR SENIOR PIECE
Lonni Lin Olson started dancing at the age of four. She has trained with many well known choreographers in the industry, and currently assists Shannon Mather, Blake McGrath, Khasan Brailsford, Meaghan McGrath, Matthew Tseng, Krista Miller and Alex Little. She has assisted on Dancing With The Stars, Velocity Dance Convention, Coastal Dance Rage, and more. Lonni is a professional dancer in Los Angeles and also travels frequently to many states and countries for choreography and teaching. She is a company member for Odyssey Dance Theater in Utah and is currently in Talia Favia's company, The Difference Between Actions and Words. Lonni has premiered in Howie Mandel's hit television show 'Mobbed' as well as a feature dancer in 'Megan Nicole's Music Video "Electrified." She continues to do what she loves while hoping to inspire the dancers around her.
LONNIE WILL CHOREOGRAPH SEASON’S PEARL PIECE.
Hailee began dancing at age 4 and hasn’t stopped since! She received most of her training at Infinity Dance in Ogden, Utah. Hailee feels blessed to have already experienced many amazing opportunities in such a short time. A fan of Odyssey Dance Theater from a young age, she was privileged to be a part of the company and perform in three of their productions including;” Redux-Nutcracker”, “Shut Up and Dance” and “Thriller”. She has had the opportunity to work closely and assist many top choreographers. She was also a featured dancer in the video “Army of Kings” by Shaun Cannon. Most recently she made it to the top 4 of the hit TV show, So You Think You Can Dance Season 12 Stage VS Street, where she represented one of the two finalists for Team Stage. After the show, she went on the SYTYCD tour which included a 70 city tour throughout the US and Canada. Other tour experiences include a 2 month tour to China with choreographer and recording artist, Brooklyn Jai, where they traveled the country and performed shows every night. Hailee has been teaching for years now and has discovered her passion for teaching and choreography. It has become as strong as her passion for performance. Sought after for master classes and choreography by studios across the country, Hailee loves inspiring young dancers to become their best! She is honored to be represented by the Movement Talent Agency and can’t wait to see what the future holds!
HAILEE WILL BE CHOREOGRAPHING ROSE’S PEARL PIECE.
Jarvis Langster is a charismatic dancer and choreographer. He starting dancing at the age of 8 and choreographing at 12. Jarvis is a Protege for The Pulse On Tour and a member of LA Dance Magic's Pro Track. He has traveled the country winning numerous scholarships and awards from conventions and competitions such as NUVO, JUMP, Hollywood Vibe, Tremaine, West Coast Dance Explosion, and many more. He also has assisted many successful choreographers such as Willdabeast, Matt Steffanina, Alexa Anderson, Jackie Sleight, Eddie Moody, DJ Guthrie, and more. Jarvis' passion for dance runs deep and is exemplified through his work. Trained in various styles, Jarvis works his hardest to be a good role model for the next generation.