Dominic Lawrence is a UK Born Dancer/Choreographer/instructor that has 10 years Entertainment Industry Experience. He now resides in Los Angeles. As a Dancer, Dominic has amassed a plethora of credits with recording artists and household name Tv shows including and not limited to Chris Brown, Christina Aguilera, Cheryl Cole, Leona Lewis, X Factor, Britains Got Talent, MOBO Awards Adidas and American Idol He has created and assisted several times for SYTYCD Poland and US versions and continues to artistically direct artists for Record Label Representation As an instructor Dominic in 6 years has traveled to many countries around the world as a sought after teacher, most recently teaching/substituing in his new resident city of Los Angeles at Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio and The International Dance Academy in Hollywood. The purpose of this petition is a recent opportunity created by IDA in Hollywood could potentially see Dominic becoming a resident instructor at the studio by which regular classes would take place with him, and will have an ample opportunity to continue to generate a following. The significance of 100 signatures, is if the action is passed and the opportunity granted, Dominic will have a primary base as to continue to educate and motivate his peers towards their goals and pursuits in Dance, in a healthy, creative and fully fledged and facilitated environment. Please utilise 2 minutes to sign this petition if in support and testament to Dominic's ability as a creative artist. Thankyou so much!
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charles obery, United States1 year ago Why do you believe Dominic should be considered for IDA?: Because his choreography tells stories. He uses his whole body in the movement.
hidenori takeoka, Japan1 year ago Why do you believe Dominic should be considered for IDA?: he is great teacher and good personality.
Maddy, United Kingdom1 year ago Why do you believe Dominic should be considered for IDA?: Amazing dancer/choreographer with a unique & groundbreaking style.
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