As Vancouver’s most prominent dance showcase today, Marc has been involved with this event every year since 2010. He has showcased his choreography through Foot Clan, the 10 year OTI Reunion and “4 Elements”.
Marc had the honour of collaborating with world renowed bboy crew, Now or Never (N.O.N.), at the World Salsa Congress in LA. Both performances was capped with a standing ovation from a full audience.
Marc’s unique creativity enabled him to rub shoulders with Vancouver’s wealthiest. His latest performance shut down two blocks in the heart of downtown Vancouver and had dancers performing on top of SUV limosines.
A rare collaboration with some of Vancouver’s top dancers, Marc brought soon-to-be founding members of The Faculty members & Diamonds in the Rough to present “Royal Flush”. Marty Kudelka and Napoleon & Tabitha were in attendance, giving amazing reviews to the performance.
T-Pain came to town and Marc’s students from Vibrant Dance Studios were invited to open the show for the “I’m Sprung” artist.
Marc joined them on stage for this performance..
The Jabbawockeez are one of the inspirations in which Marc draws from. So when they came to town in 2008, Marc naturally brought together Vancouver’s finest to perform “Icons” in their only Vancouver visit-to-date.
Marc developed his artistic integrity from these performances, showcasing “Elements of Existence”, “Prop Shop”, and “Icons”.
Marc and his mentors – Jojo, Stu, and Tal – produced and taught a nation wide workshop, at the peak of OTI’s prowess.
OTI produced, directed, choreographed, and starred in the hour long dance show, “Hip Hop Is…”, exploring issues surrounding hip hop.
Marc was honoured by being invited to perform at the World Hip Hop Championships in Los Angeles, CA, alongside Vancouver heavy weights – Richard O’Sullivan, Natasha Gorrie, and Kim Sato.