Jeff was the head choreographer of the 2015 Pan American Games Closing Ceremonies and the 2015 Para Pan Am Opening Ceremonies. He was a key member of the choreography team with the critically acclaimed Cirque du Soleil, when they choreographed and directed the 2012 Opening Ceremonies for the FIFA Women's World Cup in Azerbaijan. His recent work includes: Cabaret (Mayfield Theatre) , The smash hit Cabaret & Top of the Pops: British Invasion at Theatre Aquarius, the world premiere of Summer in the City at Stage West Calgary and the smash hit Return to Grace for Toronto's Mirvish Productions, which was such a success that the show made its first stop of a world tour at the Festival of Music and Dance in Bangkok, Thailand as well as an upcoming Canadian National tour! Jeff's work has also recently been seen in Come Dance with Me (Hallmark Films/CTV), Warehouse 13 (SyFy Network), the feature film remake of Stephen KIng's Carrie and the Hallmark hit Cowboy for Christmas .
Other choreography credits include: The Canadian Screen Award winner Odd Squad, the GLAAD Award nominated The L.A. Complex, The EMMY Award winning series Degrassi (Resident Choreographer). He was also associate choreographer on the CW's Hellcats, Warner Bros' SuckerPunch, So You Think You Can Dance Canada, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn and Girl Walks Into Bar. Jeff was also a part of the choreography team which worked on the feature film Mirror, Mirror starring Oscar winner Julia Roberts and Tony winner Nathan Lane.
Chris Binet has helped bring brands to life through public relations, event production and marketing communications for over 15 years. He has a Bachelor of Design in Communications and Marketing from the coveted Ryerson University. His professional PR and events background includes fashion, food and beverage, entertainment, lifestyle along side his specialty: Health, Beauty, Fitness and Lifestyle. He is passionate, dedicated and brings insight, clarity, and creativity to all our clients.
Nicko was born in Montreal, where he studied at Quebec's Ecole Superieure de Ballets, which led to him dancing with the National Folkloric Dance Company, Les Grands Ballets Canadiens and The National Ballet of Canada. At 23 he made the switch to commercial theatre and never looked back! While living in Montreal he worked in such hit shows as Cinemashow, with which he toured the U.S., explored Beirut with a tour of Dalida, une vie and sang back up for Seven Sense at the famed Rock Bottom, Dubai. While performing internationally, Nicko still found the time to choreograph for french television shows on Radio Canada.
He then moved to Toronto to perform in the world premiere of The Lord of the Rings on stage at the Princess of Whales Theatre. In Toronto Nicko has been the activation supervisor for multiple corporate events and guerilla marketing campaigns as well as choreographer for industrial shows and corporate functions. All the while continuing to perform with every major theatre company in the country including The Vancouver Opera, Theatre Calgary, The Manitoba Theatre Centre and The Stratford Shakespeare Festival.