Jamile McGee
Now at the age of 25, Jamile has become a natural on stage wowing the crowds with his vibrant breaking, popping, locking, and Hip Hop. He has performed and danced around the US and internationally since his debut on So You Think You Can Dance?. During that time, his ability to dance to any style was tested and proven on the highly rated national Fox TV show. He amazed the crowd with his spirited come back every week with highly energized, outstanding freestyle solos .He finished the show coming in at 3rd place.   Since the show, Jamile has worked with artists such as Rihanna, Nelly Furtado, Beyonce, Mariah Carey, Chris Brown, Fantasia Barrino, Wayne Brady and many more. He has passed on his love for dance to a huge fan base. He has choreographed routines for numerous shows and competitions throughout the United States. He has worked with choreographers like, Frank Gatson Jr., Brian Friedman,Mia Michaels, Shane Sparks, Lavelle Smith Jr and more. Jamile teaches workshops and master classes to eager students and is pioneering his choreography to lead the new movement of dance.  Watch for him in the near future to take America by storm by dancing his way into the hearts of a new generation.
Lauren Gottleib
The talent, the charm, the beauty and the humor, which Lauren Gottlieb exudes in her
everyday life, also carries through to her performances both on-screen and on the dance
floor where she has so very quickly established herself as one of Hollywood’s rising stars
and one of the most sought-after dancers in the country. After winning over America on
Fox Network’s hit reality series, “So You Think You Can Dance,” Lauren emblazoned herself through to the final six contestants. Lauren hardly missed a beat and soon every major choreographer in the business wanted to work with her and multi-platinum recording artists were lining up to have her on tour performing with them.
For the 2007 Grammy Awards, Lauren performed along side “Shakira,” and then almost immediately then found herself rehearsing with “Mariah Carey” for her upcoming world tour and making appearances on such national headline shows as “Good Morning America.” This past year at Fox Network’s request, Lauren returned to the network for American Idol’s “Idol Gives Back” special with several of her fellow “So You Think You Can Dance” cast-mates.
Originally from Scottsdale, Arizona, In 2006, Lauren relocated to Los Angeles to continue the pursuit of her dance career and very soon after began working with noted choreographer Tyce Diorio with whom she assisted during Season 2 of “So You Think You Can Dance.” She ended up joining the cast for the following year’s season. Most recently, Lauren has performed side by side with Miley Cyrus in her new “Hannah Montana: The Movie” Feature Film, released earlier this year. She has also continued to develop upon her on-screen abilities performing opposite Kim Kardashian and Vanessa Minnillo as a cheerleader in the feature film, “Disaster Movie,” and in the feature film “Bring It On: Fight To The Finish.”
She has also recently finished up several television projects such as “the Teen Choice Awards,” “Glee,” “Ghost Whisperer,” “Nip Tuck,” “Paula Abdul Tribute,” and “Nike’s - Rock Your Body Workout.” In 2009, Lauren was also asked to return to Fox Network’s continued hit show “So You Think You Can Dance – Season 5” as one of the show’s headline Choreographers. A true testament not only to her abilities, but America’s continued interest and excitement in her performances.
Lauren’s love of performance never seems to wane and she continues to dance for some of Hollywood’s most noted industry events including “Nike,” “Macy’s Passport,” “Nickelodeon’s Best New Talent of the Year” and “Monsters of Hip Hop Roadtrip.”
Somehow, in the midst of Lauren’s amazingly crazy schedule she still makes the time to continue to train and hone her art with some of today’s best an most notable choreographers including Mia Michaels, Wade Robson, Brian Friedman, Tabitha and Napoleon, Dave Scott and Chuck Maldonado among others. As a teacher herself and choreographer, Lauren has worked with Tobey McGuire, Broadway Dance Center, Co-Dance, West Coast Dance Explosion and Tremaine.
All of these things, in sum total continue to enhance and express her love of expression and her dreams of the performance……

Ashlee Nino
It all started 25 years ago . . . Ashlee Nino, born and raised in The Lone Star State of Texas, was brought into the world dancing on January 11, 1985.

As soon as she could walk her family knew that Ashlee was something special, an outgoing individual who would simply walk up to any kid and make friends. As a child, she would dance to any beats she heard on the radio especially music of her upbringing hispanic culture. "Rhythm is just in our blood", quotes her sister Lisa. As Ashlee got older she soon begin choreographing dances with her nephews and friends. "She would make us sit through her 'shows' for hours" says her mother. "She would even make programs for us, and her fellow stuffed animal audience to look at."

At the age of five Ashlee was enrolled into her first dance class. A small local studio by her house in Fort Worth, Texas. "I started taking clogging first", explains Ashlee, "I was infatuated by the way the shoes sounded." Within a month of arriving at the studio, she was placed on the competitive team, traveling to local competitions and winning most of them. "She was so young", expressed her father Gilbert, "we didn't want her to get burnt out." However, to her parents' surprise this was only the begginning of things. Tuition, competition and costume prices begin to soar as Ashlee became interested in learning more about dance.

At the age of 10, Ashlee moved to a bigger, more well known studio, where she took every type of dance they offered. Within a year she was competing all over the United States. When she turned 13, she decided to move studios once again, this time to a bigger city . . . Dallas, TX. Her mother quotes, "Things weren't easy we had to sacrifice alot, but it's what she wanted and we knew she had the passion." She got recruited onto a professional hip hop team when she turned 15. This is when the direction of dancing took a drastic turn. "I knew from this point on that dancing wasn't just a hobby to me . . . it is a way of life."

Ashlee was still in high school but knew she wanted to move to Los Angeles, California to pursue her career. She graduated from Birdville High School in May of 2003 and began to make serious plans for her move. So she packed her things, her car hitched to a trailer behind her dad's work van and together Ashlee drove with her mother and father, the exhausting 22 hour drive to Los Angeles.

"It was hard dropping her off", says her parents, "but we know she's going to be fine." Only being here for a short while, Ashlee has wasted no time . . .she has worked with some of L.A.'s top choreographers, taught classes at some of LA's hottest dance studios, appeared on stage and in videos with artists such as Gwen Stefani, The Roots, Will Smith, Mya, Sean The Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus and many more and is on her way to doing what she has always dreamed of. "I never let anyone stand in my way", says Ashlee. "dreams do come true. Of course i've had the people that tell me I can't make it, but I know in my heart that there is a plan for me here. That's why I left my family back home and am starting a new life in California. Watch out world . . . here I come!!!"