Brian and Scott Nicholson are Choreographers/Creative Directors/Dancers/Artists that have a diverse movement background with the passion and heart to match.
Twin artists from the midwest/found in NYC/now LA. Creative directors, choreographers, and dancers with Ariana Grande, fashions in Urban outfitters, world tours and their own “kiiD orange“ brand, these two see no boundaries/boxes when it comes to art, love, and the human potential. Brian and Scott strive to be the most up to date and contemporary bridge between many art forms. They have done major brand deals with Samsung, Verizon, and dance credits include but not limited to Ariana Grande, Janet Jackson, Kelly Rowland,Daddy Yankee, Nicki Minaj, and Mariah Carey.
Dance TV including GLEE, Saturday Night Live, Playstation, ESPN, AT&T, Samsung, MYSUIT.
Creative Direction for numerous awards show performances like Ariana Grande’s God Is A WomanMTV VMA performance, 7Rings Billboard Music Award performance and Grammy Medley, Dancing With The Stars trio performance with Megan Trainor, Fancy, and Ariana Grande, Ariana Grande's Focus Billboard Music Award performance, and many more.
One of their most proud moments is having been the creative team, choreographers, and performers for the One Love Manchester Benefit.
Creative Direction andchoreography for world tours such as Ariana Grande’s The Sweetener World Tour, Dangerous Woman, and choreography and creative team for The Honeymoon Tour. Brian and Scott Nicholson we also the creative directors and choreographers for Ariana Grande’s Coachella 2019 headlining performance.
Their classes at the World Renowned Broadway Dance Center in New York City, and at LA studios have helped shape the curriculum of the studios and have they received notoriety for their teaching skill and choreography. There are no boundaries or limits that can hold these two artists back, and they feel blessed to be able to share their passion and art.
Brian and Scott are excited about the Future and hope to seize every opportunity that comes their way. They believe it is important to educate and motivate, leaving students and colleagues with skills that can help each person transcend their careers and personal lives. YOU are a work of ART, the world would love to see.