Laura Edwards began dancing at a very young age. With a unique style she has taken on many pursuits upon her arrival in Los Angeles. Since her professional beginning she is featured in the movies: Hairspray, Step Up 1 & 2, Footloose, and can be seen on the very first season of, America's Best Dance Crew! Laura manages to spread her talent throughout all fields of the dance industry. Having been given the opportunity to perform with Beyonce, she has even toured the world with one of our generation's biggest pop stars, Britney Spears. Most recently, Laura was just the assistant choreographer for the current Justin Bieber "Believe" tour. 

Laura Edwards grew up studying all styles of dance during her childhood. It wasn't until after high school when her professional dancing career jump started as a featured dancer in a music video for hip hop artist Lil' Mo.  Shortly after she took part in the feature film "Step Up", filmed near her hometown, she developed a new attitude towards the dance industry and moved to Los Angeles to enhance her skills and take on new opportunities.  

Since her new beginning, she is featured in the movies: Footloose, Hairspray, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Step Up 2:The Streets, Big Momma's: Like Father, Like Son, and Hannah Montana: The Movie. Aside from the big screen,  she was a dancer in the Britney Spears “Circus” tour, appeared in season one of "America's Best Dance Crew" and has had the pleasure to perform with others such as Beyonce and Miley Cirus.

With an affinity of dance, Laura exercises her talents with choreography as well. As a recurring instructor for the notorious dance convention, "Monsters of Hip Hop," she's able to give back and inspire through her instruction to aspiring professional dancers. As a reflection of her competition background, she choreographs award winning numbers for studios and dance teams across the United States. She has also assisted in choreography for Justin Bieber's BELIEVE Tour, Jennifer Lopez, and “So You Think You Can Dance” in both the US and Canada. As her career moves forward, Laura remains humble and appreciative of all her accomplishments.