Santa Barbara Dance Arts

photo Alana Tillim

Owner/Director: Jazz

photo Lauren Serrano

Comp Team Director
Admin Assistant
Contemporary, Jazz, Ballet

photo Brittany Sandoval

Mini Crew Directory
Rental Manager
Hip Hop, Mini Combo, Disney Dance, Birthday Parties

photo Nathan Burdine-Ortega

Acro/Tricks, Jazz, Hip Hop

photo Janaya Cradle

Lyrical, Tap

photo Richard Chung

Hip Hop

photo Kelli Forman

Guest Choreographer

photo Kristal Keinert


photo Tamarr Paul

Hip Hop, Hop Hop Sweat

photo Chloe Roberts


  Stephanie Morrill

Hip Hop

photo The Aerial Studio

Aerial, Aerial Yoga

  Bryn Gallagher
  Suzanne Richards
  Rachyl Pines
  Amara Galloway
  Ashley Burdick
  Parker Pallad
  Kris Kniseley
  Chloe & Stephanie
  Hubbard Street
  Janaya & Chloe
  Melanie Johnson
  Alana & Melanie
photo Nika Kljun
  Madeleine Schreifels
  Alana & Janaya
photo Phil Wright

Phil Wright is a Choreographer and dancer from Florida. He was born in Miami and at the age of nine he began to dance. As his passion grew he began to dance and choreograph professionally in Miami. With hopes of pursuing his dreams at a higher level, Phil moved to California.  He now is currently active as a professional dancer and choreographer. Phil has danced for artists including Will Smith, Chayanne, Nicki Minaj, and Pitbull. He also is a teacher for Millennium Dance Complex, Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio, IDA Dance Academy, and Abby Lee Dance Studio. He travels as much as he can teaching new students in new areas spreading his knowledge and love of dance.

photo Dave Scott

Straight from The PULSE On Tour, Dave Scott danced his way "Straight Outta Compton" and right into Hollywood and a multi-faceted career in dance, choreography, and artist development spanning music, film, television, and commercials. Dave has filmed several projects for both film and television including So You think You Can Dance on FOX, and Bravo’s Step It Up & Dance, and Step Up 3D. 

No stranger to film successes, Dave’s Disney movie, Step Up 2 the Streets grossed over $118 million worldwide. His previous project, Sony Pictures’ Stomp the Yard, was #1 two weeks in a row at the box office and grossed over $136 million worldwide. You Got Served (2004) won him the 10th Annual Choreography Award for Best Choreography in a feature film, and featured the artist B2K. 

Scott has molded and shaped the images and careers of many other hot artists, including Tyrese, Marques Houston and the musically renowned Brian McKnight, allowing them to reach new and unexpected heights in their careers. Scott has lent his talents to several commercial campaigns including Chevy and Pantene, the FOX TV success Bones, and choreographed dance sequences in 2004’s Coach Carter starring Samuel Jackson. I always want to impress and be top notch. 

"I try to take myself outside of myself, try to become the audience and think about what’s going to make people go ‘oooohhh’, try to give them that ‘wow’ factor."

photo Samantha Pulsifer

Samantha Pulsifer born and raised in New Hampshire started dancing at the age of 3 and hasn’t stopped since. She moved to NYC at the age of 17 to peruse her dream of dance when she was accepted into the Hip Hop Dance Conservatory and later into the Broadway Dance Center Intern Program. She has also had the opportunity to travel and teach in many US states as well as Africa and Europe to continue her dance education and share her love for dance with others. Since being in LA she has become a member of an international dance company called Dancehall Funk. 

photo Alexis Gilbert

Alexis Gilbert is a Dancer and choreographer known for her appearances in videos by YouTube stars like Matthew Santoro. She is a member of KBM Talent alongside fellow dancers Krista and Autumn Miller