Albert Blaise Cattafi has been dancing since the age of 5, thanks to his sister Eléna, and since that time has established himself as a fine young artist. His training includes the renowned faculties of both The Joffrey Ballet School in New York and Kelly Allen's For Dancer's Only in New Jersey.

Albert is a member of Rasta Thomas' Bad Boys of Dance, has appeared in an international Coke Zero Commercial, and was a featured in Jeff Amsden's A Few Good Men... Dancin'. As a soloist, his dancing has graced such famous stages as The New Amsterdam Theater in NYC, Sadlers Wells Theater in London, and The Lucent Danse Theatre in Holland.

To great acclaim he has worked with Tony Award winning directors Des McAnuff (The Wiz) and Jerry Mitchell (Peepshow), and has assisted some of the country's top choreographers, such as Sergio Trujillo (Tony Award winner), Ray Leeper (SYTYCD), and Mia Michaels (Emmy Award winner).

Albert was the assistant choreographer on Franco Dragone's cirque extravaganza INDIA, and has also assisted on the production of major Broadway shows including Spiderman, Tarzan (Holland), Billy Elliot, and Flash Dance. He has performed on the Video Music Awards for Florence and the Machine, the American Music Awards for Kelly Clarkson, and has performed as a guest on So You Think You Can Dance.

Albert was an original member of the LA dance company Shaping Sound under the direction of choreographers Travis Wall, Teddy Forance, and Nick Lazzarini. Recently, Albert returned from Las Vegas where he performed in Cirque du Soleil’s LOVE. Albert believes you should always strive for perfection. You can never stop learning therefore never stop growing. Smile.