Scott Alan Hislop started dancing at the age of 11 and booked his first job at 15. Now decades later, his career is thriving and his love for the craft has only strengthened. Having made Los Angeles his home since 1994, the film and television business has kept him very busy indeed. With over 25 feature films to his credit, he is no stranger to a movie set. Gangster Squad, The Muppets, Rock of Ages, The Curious Case of Benjamin Buttons, Spiderman III, Charlie’s Angels, and Titanic are just some of the films he has worked on. National commercials include: Sony, Cadillac, Hyundai, and Wendys. He has graced the television screen from the Primetime Emmy Awards to Dancing with the Stars and several episodic shows in between. His choreography has been seen on The Middle and No Ordinary Family, both for ABC. He has assisted choreographers Mia Michaels, Marguerite Derricks, Michael Rooney, and John O’Connell. Scott tries wholeheartedly to marry the importance of technical training and pure from-the-heart movement in an accessible and non-threatening way. His unique method of reaching students is posed through questions and motives that force you to not only use your technical training but your own life experience as well. Scott tries wholeheartedly to convey the importance of keeping the body in shape through vigorous training and making authentic choices that color your movement and sets you apart.