Graham Breitenstein is originally from the Bluegrass State of Kentucky. In 2005, he made the move to sunny Los Angeles and entered the crazy world of show business.
From a very young age, he has always felt a kinetic bond to the arts. He was 19 when he moved to LA to pursue his dream of performing and after 3 years of training with some of LA’s top choreographers, the dream became a reality. He has since performed on 4 world tours with worldwide juggernaut, Lady Gaga, including her most recent Joanne World Tour and 2017’s Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl Halftime Show. He has also danced alongside America’s pop sweetheart, Meghan Trainor, actress/songstress Keke Palmer, singer/songwriter Charlie Puth, and YouTube sensations, Trevor Moran and Jean Watts. His experiences are vast and include dancing on the Grammy’s (multiple times), American Music Awards (multiple times), MTV VMA’s (multiple times), Dancing With the Stars (multiple times), and in numerous music videos: Gaga’s G.U.Y., Applause, Marry the Night, Judas, LoveGame, among countless others.
For him, the kooky kid who grew up sneaking into clubs, getting to see the world has changed everything. One of the most important discoveries, though, was his innate ability to teach, not simply dance but the movement as its own language, literature, and art. The point of it all? To meet and train with all creative types so that they may become the best, most well-rounded, artists that they can be.