Brice D. Vick is well known for his inspiring, extravagant and electric choreography style.
He courageously stands for accelerating “Grammy winning” recording artists to their peak by utilizing a unique approach to dance that is different and unattainable.
His electric style is rapidly becoming the standard for this celebrities seeking gaining that critical edge that sets them aside in an industry that is flooded with clones.
Brice D. Vick does not stop at what is ‘hot for the moment.’ He is setting the standard.
Vick is known in the industry for pushing the envelope and encouraging artists to take a chance at being different.
Vick was discovered by an Italian dance expert while waiting for his dance class to begin. The astonished guest was on assignment scouting for a bright, young talent who could bring life and motion to a new United Colors of Benettoncommercial.
An eager and youthful Vick stepped up to the challenge -- ending the travelers search. As a result, Vick was cast on set as” the choreography” for an international ad and continued on with several other United Colors of Benetton presentations.
The young Choreographer's talent was soon after recognized by then “up & coming” Princess of Hip Hop, Ashanti.
His hard work hurdled him into the spotlight after staging a tantalizing dance number for Ashanti’s hit single,” Only You.”
The success of the “Only You” dance number caught the eye of some of the most promising emerging artists in the industry including Remy Mawhose “Conceited”and “Wuteva”videos embrace equally delectable dance combos.
Throughout his career as a top Dancer and Choreographer, Vick has brought his unique dance approach to an array of artists including R. Kelly, Destiny's Child, Christina Aguilera, Lauryn Hill, Rah Diggah, Lenny Kravitz, Mobb Deep'sProdigy, Sticky Fingaz, The Roots, Lords of the Underground, Jah Rule and Bobby Brown.
His work has traveled to some of the most recognizable stages in the nation including stops at: The Tonight Show with Jay Lenoand The Late Show with David Letterman.
Vick has put his stage direction prowess to work creatingproduction numbers for some of the most celebrated live stage performances that have aired on the most prestigious networks in the nation. These credits include:
• NBC's “Stars On Ice” featuring Figure Skater and Olympic Champion Sarah Hughes
• NBC’s Drama Series, “Las Vegas”
• MTV's 2005 “Celebrity Basketball Tournament”
• ABC's “American Music Awards”
• BET’s “106th and Park”
• Nickelodeon’s “All That”
Vick’s hot flashy style has afforded him the privilege to travel abroad, not only for choreographic opportunities but to conduct master classes at a variety of venues in South Asia, South Africa, Germany, Italy, Rome, and London.
Vick accredits his versatility and authentic style to his dance training at the Bernice Johnson Dance Studio in Jamaica Queens, New York, where he studied Classical Ballet, Jazz, Modern (Graham/Horton), traditional West African and Hip-Hop dance. He was also blessed with the opportunity to work with legendary Choreographers Michael Peters, Shirley
Black Brown, Debbie Allen, David Robertson, Carla Earle, George Faison, and Tina Bush.
He finished further studies at the Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dancewhere he received a Coca Cola Scholarship and was awarded the Artistic Excellence Awardover 500 other candidates from around the world. Further training has also taken place at
The Dance Theater of Harlem and The Alvin Ailey School of American Dance.
In 2013 Brice Vick will be working again on world wide concerts with Ashanti, launch his charity featuring Hip Hop 4 Health + to worldwide audiences, help discover new talents and work with international multi million selling artists in cooperation with the worldwide operating media company YMe Entertainment.