Alexander Chung was raised in Edmonton, Canada by a family that fostered a deep love of dance and creative expression. He has choreographed and danced for esteemed performers such as Sean Kingston, Becky G, Jesse McCartney, B2K and John Dough; corporate brands Danceon, Bose and Honda; and touring productions America’s Best Dance Crew, Hip-Hop Saved My Life, and Unity in Diversity. As an owner and lead choreographer/instructor for the popular Kore Dance Studios in Edmonton, Alexander has refined both his unique choreographic voice and instruction techniques that speak compellingly to expert level and beginning level students alike. Under Alexander’s guidance, Kore Dance Studio’s dancers and crews have assembled an impressive array of competition titles in Canada and internationally. NXG Company, founded and choreographed by Alexander, boasts top finishes in international competitions including: 1st Place Champions at World of Dance Los Angeles (2015); 1st Place Champions at Canadian Hip Hop Championships in Montreal (2014); 1st Place Champions at World of Dance Hawaii (2013); Undefeated Champions at Represent Dance Competition (2013, 2014, 2015); and a Top 10 finish at the Hip Hop International World Championships in Las Vegas (2014). Alexander’s work with individual dancers includes his mentoring and choreography for YouTube hip-hop sensation Taylor Hatala from the time that she was 9 years old; with Taylor going on to perform on national television and tour with Janet Jackson at the age of 12. In recent years, Alexander has travelled the world working as a choreographer, dance instructor and competition judge at prestigious conventions and workshops. He has taught master classes in England, Israel, Mexico, Germany, China, Switzerland, France, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, the Netherlands, and across North America. His unique choreography has also been on display at The Carnival: Choreographers Ball in Hollywood. Having recently relocated to Los Angeles, Alexander is now a featured instructor at the Millennium Dance Complex in North Hollywood, from where he will continue to raise the bar for hip-hop performers and performances.