Our Choreographers

Matthew Mori has 10 years of dancing experience and has won numerous competitions and awards throughout his dancing career. Matthew graduated from USC with a degree in biomedical engineering. As both a well rounded team and solo dancer, Matt has the experience to develop dancers of all ages with a curriculum that teaches a wide range of skills.


Pamela Price began her dance training at the Portland Ballet Company in Maine before studying contemporary and Luigi jazz. In New York City, she was a hip-hop instructor for Janine Molinari’s dance program at Champion Studios and ran the dance department for YMCA’s “Strong Kids Campaign” at the NYC Houston Street location. There, Pamela prepped and ran their after-school and Saturday night hip-hop classes for youth and teens. She taught jazz fusion at French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts and choreographed for musicals including “Cabaret” and “Pippin” before being co-head of their dance department. 

In the spring of 2016, Pamela choreographed the “Lite Brite” music video for Chelsea Tyler and Jon Foster’s group, Kaneholler, before choreographing for 4933 Production’s “Bachelorette” sketch and serving as a contributing choreographer for Justine Marino & Heidi Heaslet’s “Stand Up 2 The Streets” at the Comedy Store. 

Vice President of the daily news site LATF USA and executive producer of the Hollywood Beauty Awards, Pamela currently teaches hip-hop and contemporary dance classes. 


Julia Rose-Ramo began dancing midway through high school and trained in modern, jazz, salsa, and West African styles before falling in love with hip hop dance. She began teaching at her Berkeley dance studio and assisted in youth hip hop intensives that brought together the greats of Bay Area hip hop. At USC, Julia joined and choreographed for Breakthrough Hip Hop while earning her minor in Dance. She is now a part time student at the Pratt Institute earning her masters in Dance Movement Therapy. Her experiences have inspired her to create a style that fuses feminine grooves, emotional expression, and old school fundamentals.


Daniel Tai has been dancing for over 15 years. As a graduate of UCSD, Daniel has both an understanding of academics and arts.


Alex Martinez AKA Prince Alex discovered dance at the late age of 18 when he left his hometown of San Pedro, CA to start school at USC in Los Angeles. Fast forward through many years of dance classes and competition training, Alex is now teaching weekly classes at Boogiezone Utopia in Torrance as well as choreographing shows in LA. He currently is building up his own video production brand (Prince Alex Productions) where he collaborates with other artists to tell stories and provide a different take on dance concept videos. Alex's favorite part about dancing is being able to share his joy and perspective of the world around him.