Fleur Swartkruis is a freestyle world dance champion.She started dancing at the age of five and won her first world dance battle at the age of eight. By the age of ten, she won the title of "World Freestyle Dance Champion." Though she is only 14 years old, she is a sponsored Nike athlete-ambassador who conducts dance workshops and dance summits around the world. She is the youngest battle dance judge in the dance world. She is also the youngest professional world-renowned master dance teacher.
Her credits include: “Fleur On The Move," Holland's Got Talent, Jr. Eurovision Song Contest, Dance Dance Dance, and commercials for Nike, Snipe, and Footlocker. Fleur has appeared in National Geographic Germany, and her teaching credits include Festival Of Arts and Dance, Peru Keep On Dancing, Kuwait School Of Dance, Japan “Battle Of The Year," and China's “Keep On Dancing.”
Emilie Brooklyn is a professional artist and has been dancing professionally for 20+ years. She started with breakdance at 4 years old and later ventured into freestyle hiphop, Vogueing, Waacking, Locking, House etc. And for the past 7 years LiteFeet. She is originally from Copenhagen, but currently lives in NYC. Hip-hop culture is her biggest passion and she wishes to continue spreading love, good energy and culture through her dance and art.
She has been in many corners of the industry with her choreographing music videos, dancing in music videos, doing musical theatre, teaching workshops all over the world and also winning/participating in battles all over the world in countries such as Portugal, England, France, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, USA, Netherlands etc. Emilie has worked with celebrities such as Rich the kid, Dani Leigh, A-boogie, Khaled, Asap Ferg, Diggie Simmons, Rowdy Rebel, Fivio Foreign, and P-Diddy. Brand credits include Foot Locker, Nike, Black Pyramid, Snipes, and Puma. Read less