Jed "JeDi NiCe" Forman found his love for dance in high school with a Puerto Rican dance troupe specializing in Bomba, an old dance art originating from the town of Louisa.
Jed further explored dance at Tufts University dancing Bhangra, an East-Indian folk dance, which brought him to competitions all over North America.
Jed discovered Poppin' in New York and trained with the master Jazzy J. He later returned to Boston and got together with popping legends MegaTron and Shallow to continue his popping education.
After graduating from college, Jed moved back to New York with the goal of branching into even more dance styles, training classically in ballet as well as continuing his love of street styles, exploring house, hip-hop, waackin', lockin', and voguing. He was honored by being asked to join the Legendary House of Ninja and has won numerous competitions in both Old Way Vogue and Poppin'.
His talents were later recognized by MSA agency and he is now a signed artist, appearing on NBC and MTV, dancing for Nintendo and Daffy's, and consulting for Dance Spirit Magazine. Jed can also be seen in KRS-One and Buckshot's music video Robots as a featured dancer. He has also had the pleasure of dancing under the direction of pioneers Buddha Stretch and Full Circle Productions run by Kwikstep and Rockafella. Jed continues to work internationally and locally and is deeply dedicated to preserving the traditions of original Hip-Hop while forging connections with other dance forms and exploring hybrid styles.