Ben began dancing at the age of 14,www.theessayclub.com essay on what it means to be an americantraining under renowned Melbourne choreographer Phill Haddad for five years with Hip-Hop being his passion, as well as taking class in Contemporary and Jazz.
Ben completed his full-time dance training at Jason Coleman’s Ministry of Dance in North Melbourne. Sincewww.theessayclub.com essay on what it means to be an american being at Ministry, he has worked closely with choreographers such as Jason Coleman, Jackie Scott, Adrian Ricks, Jordan Charles Herbert, Nadia Tornese, Arna Singleton, Michael Ralph, Kim Adam and many others. He graduated in December 2015 with a Diploma in Dance (Elite Performance) and a Cert IV in Dance Teaching and Management. Some of his dancing credits include dancing for Justice Crew at the Australian Open Kids Day 2015, various corporate functions at Crown Palladium, performing in three Masters of Choreography shows and Boss Dance Company’s inaugural show ‘ALPHA’.
Ben recently travelled to the UK with Boss Dance Company to compete in the UDO World Street Dance Championships after winning first place in the Australian nationals competition. He then returned home to begin working closely with Jason Coleman in Cabaret Cathedral’s “The Rhythm of Life”. Ben is looking forward to another great year at RPA Studios.