Jeremy has had the privilege of being coached by many of the top professionals in the ballroom world including Bob Powers and Julia Gorchikova, Louis Van Amstel, Jean Marc Genereaux, Eddie Ares, Ana Llorente, Olga Kormanovskaya, and John King. He put in his time competing Pro/Am as the amateur partner before turning professional at his studio’s request.

Now an established teacher and competitor, Jeremy has 26 years of dancing experience behind him. He currently competes successfully with his students in Rhythm, Latin, Smooth, Standard, and Theater Arts in local, regional and national competitions.

While much of his time is spent training competitors, Jeremy also enjoys teaching social dancers of all levels. With both technical and artistic backgrounds and an unusually strong understanding of lead/follow he brings a unique perspective to his students’ dancing. Many of them comment on his useful, though sometimes strange and humorous metaphors that commonly pop up during lessons. “When it comes down to it, everyone really dances for one reason: to have fun. If you aren’t enjoying it, why do it? But believe me, I make sure my students not only learn a lot but have a great time!”

Jeremy is an NDCA registered professional instructor, dance sport trainer and competitor, whose dance team successfully competes in local, regional and national competitions. Jeremy trains newcomer through professional level dancers.