Brian Green a.k.a. "Footwork," is a choreographer, teacher, and dancer, who began dancing at eight years old. He studied Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Modern, and African from Phil Black, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, and Joffrey Ballet.

In 1978, his brother, Oscar, introduced him to Poppin', a dance from California. Wanting to learn more, he went to the NYC underground between 1983-84. By the end of 1984, Brian understood and was a part of the Hip-Hop culture.

1984-1986, he found the House and Freestyle culture in Roseland, 4Ds, Paradise Garage, and other clubs in NY. 1986, he ran into two people: Damien and Spanky, who became his full inspiration in the House culture. Their inspiration eventually spawned a unique and very fast footwork style that gave Brian his name around the underground scene of NY and abroad.

Brian in his career has choreographed or danced with artists like Mariah Carey, Gwen Stefanie, Fergie, MYA, Foxy Brown, Missy Eliott, Salt-N-Pepa, Busta Rhymes, Barbara Tucker, EVE, Kraze, MAW (Masters at Work), and many more. In the last ten years, his teaching has focused on the history of dances in the Funk, Hip-Hop, and House culture, which he has spread through the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Africa. In these countries he has been a judge for countless dance contests, promoting the true art, culture, and essence of these dances! He was even a judge on So You Think You Can Dance in Singapore. He is the 2001 ACA (American Choreographers Awards) recipient for Best Hip-Hop Choreography in a Music Video for his choreography in the video called, Free by Mya. He created a new company, WORLD SOUL, a dance education event called the House Dance Conference, and online dance classes; He was also a Foundation Team Member of Red Bull Beat Riders. "Love to all in our different processes." - Brian Green