Teddy Forance took his career to a professional level at the age of 17 by traveling throughout Greece as a dancer for international pop star Anna Vissi. In the years following, Teddy assisted the Celine Dion Taking Chances tour and performed as a lead dancer on Cirque du Soleil's Delerium. Teddy has worked on hit TV shows So You Think You Can Dance and Dancing with the Stars, both as a featured performer and as a choreographer. He has also performed with award-winning artists Lady Gaga, Usher, and Florence and the Machine. Currently, he teaches around the world for JUMP Dance Convention. Teddy is also a founding member of the Los Angeles based dance company Shaping Sound.
Stephen "tWitch" Boss launched his career as a semifinalist on MTV's The Wade Robson Project. A few years later, he was selected to be a Top 20 finalist on Fox's hit TV show, So You Think You Can Dance, where he went on to be that season's runner-up. In 2010, tWitch was selected as a So You Think You Can Dance All Star. tWitch has also starred as a dancer in Hairspray, Step Up 3D, and Stomp the Yard 2: Homecoming.
Allison Holker launched her professional career in a performance with Earth, Wind and Fire at the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2002 Olympic Games. She went on to star as a dancer in Disney's High School Musical and High School Musical 2. On the second season of Fox's hit TV show, So You Think You Can Dance, Allison advanced to the Top 8 and danced in that season's nationwide tour. She has toured with Clay Aiken and Demi Lovato, and has danced as a back-up dancer on The X Factor. In 2014, Allison was selected to be one of the 13 professional dancers on the 19th season of Dancing with the Stars.
Caitlin launched her television and film career as a featured ballerina in the movie Step Up. That year she auditioned for the hit Fox reality show So You Think You Can Dance and became a top 12 finalist on Season 5. After a nationwide tour with SYTYCD, Caitlin moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. Since then, she has performed on America's Got Talent, the Academy Awards, and TV Land Awards, and has starred in commercials for Diet Coke, Progressive, and Heineken. She has also been performing and choreographing all over the world with artists such as Paula Abdul, Kanye West, and David Archuleta. This past year she joined the incredible staff at Hollywood Vibe dance convention as their full time ballet teacher.
Kathryn McCormick moved to Los Angeles at the age of 18, where she landed a role in the 2009 remake of Fame. She has performed on Dancing with the Stars and placed 3rd on the sixth season of So You Think You Can Dance. Kathryn was also invited back to SYTYCD to perform as one of the show's All Stars. She has danced in music videos for Christina Perri and Timbaland, and played a leading role in the movie Step Up Revolution.
Nick Lazzarini is the first-ever winner of the Fox reality show So You Think You Can Dance. Nick has been featured in countless publications, including on the cover of Dance Spirit Magazine. He has performed with music sensations Adele, Kelly Clarkson, and Florence and the Machine. Currently, he teaches on tour for JUMP Dance Convention. Nick is also a founding member of the Los Angeles based dance company Shaping Sound.
Kenny Wormald has appeared in a number of music videos for stars like Madonna, Mariah Carey, Chris Brown, Christina Aguilera, and JoJo. He has also performed as a back-up dancer on tours for Justin Timberlake and The Pussycat Dolls. In 2004, Kenny launched his television and movie career as a dancer in You Got Served. Since then, Kenny has starred in several TV shows and movies, including MTV's Dancelife, Center Stage: Turn It Up, and the 2011 remake of Footloose.
M.E.G.A. 4 friends. 4 partners. 4 directors. That is where it began, but MEGA Media Entertainment is more than the sum of its parts. MEGA is an Emmy-nominated production company, even though we don't like to think of ourselves as a company, we're more of a collaborative brain farm, where four minds are always better than one. MEGA's founding members are each unique director's in their own rights, but came together with the mission to create compelling content with a focus on story. Our collaboration with our clients and between our own team always leads to the most exhilarating and meaningful moving images.
Chris Ranier is an avid composer, producer and guitarist with over twelve years of professional experience and twenty years of playing experience. He has studied all styles of music from traditional to contemporary and has a degree in composition from the University of Miami's Frost School of Music. It was in school that he first worked with choreographers and filmmakers which would eventually become a big part of his career. In addition to his work for CLI Studios, Chris writes and records songs and scores for everything from music libraries to film. When he's not in the studio, Chris has shared the stage with guitar greats, been nationally published in a music instruction book, and played on television. Some of his stage credits include FUNKshion fashion week on Miami Beach, House of Blues and The Viper Room.