Danielle Polanco, Puerto Rican/Dominican Bronx native, is a world-renowned Choreographer & Creative Director to the biggest Superstars in the Music, Fashion, TV & Film industry including Janet Jackson, Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, Naomi Campbell, Dua Lipa, Kendal Jenner, Kaia Gerber, Usher, Daddy Yankee, Jason Derulo – just to name a few. Within just 10 years, Danielle’s creative versatility catapulted her into being recognized as one of the most innovative and inspiring performer/choreographers of her time. Her limitless creativity and unique vision opened all doors of the entertainment world – expanding her umbrella of expertise into numerous Movie, Commercial, Video, and Fashion Campaigns.
Having appeared in over 20 music videos with top artists such like Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, Janet Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Daddy Yankee, Usher, Fergie,Chris Brown,Neyo,LL Cool J, Nelly and more – Danielle is best known for her leading lady role in Omarion’s video Touch, her stand out role in Step Up 2 The Streets movie, and her history of work with Beyoncé.
In 2003, Danielle found a love for Underground Night Life, where she was mentored by the most influential pioneers of Hip-Hop and House. While breaking barriers in the Ballroom scene and showcasing Vogue in numerous performances, she received approval to teach Vogue from Icon Willi Ninja– putting her in a class of her own. Danielle soon became known as the first female to teach Vogue Femme in the states and overseas from Siberia to Taiwan. Combining her professional career with impeccable Alvin Ailey training and New York City club life, Polanco created her own unique ’Femmology’ technique that represents all who desire to properly enhance their heels skills – setting a new and higher standard within the dance community.