Featured Choreographer – Jojo Zolina

Jojo has trail-blazed a style and standard that has filtered itself into today’s mainstream
dance world. With ease and incredible artistry, he has reinvented a technique that has quickly become coveted by artists such as Madonna, La Roux, Michael Buble, and Lady Sovereign. He has travelled to countries as far as Russia, Italy, and France to represent and share his craft. His fluid, signature style has captured audiences internationally at events such as London and Paris Fashion Week. He is a known commodity in the dance industry worldwide earning the respect from the best in the business.

Among his noteworthy achievements, Jojo has performed in feature films Pacific Rim, Dr. Doolittle 3, Reefer Madness and Catwoman, TV series’ The L-Word, Eureka, and Caprica and in the leading role for the stage musical Prison Dancer. His diverse skill set led him to other job titles including creative director for the 2013 Beauties of Asia Pageant and 2013 Miss Philippines Beauty Pageant, judge for New Music Live on MuchMusic, and choreographer for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. He owns Jojo Dancer Productions, has choreographed music videos for Cory Lee and Brock Zanrosso (YTV), and performed with Michael Buble, K-OS, Lady Sovereign, and La Roux.

Jojo is a dance alchemist, boldly melding elements of ethnic folk dance, hip hop, funk,
vogueing, waacking, house, reggaeton, dancehall, contemporary, and salsa. From Martha Carter and Jennifer Mascall Modern Dance Companies to hip hop dance pioneers Caleaf Sellers, Poppin’ Pete, Tyrone Proctor, Suga Pop and Ken Swift, he has studied under and worked with some of the most renowned names in the business.