/choreography

Christopher Scott



Christopher Scott is a three-time Emmy-nominated choreographer whose bold routines and fearless creativity step beyond the traditional boundaries of dance. Chris recently received his third Emmy nomination for Outstanding Choreography for his innovative hip-hop duet and signature group routines that fuse dance styles on Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance.” Chris received his first two Emmy nominations in the same category in 2012 and 2014. His most recent projects include producing and choreographing Showtime’s dance drama film, “All Styles,” and co-choreographing Gwen Stefani's "Just a Girl" show in Las Vegas. 

Chris has worked with renowned artists such as Selena Gomez, Miley Cyrus, Imagine Dragons, Khalid, and Gloria Estefan, and has worked on a variety of film and TV projects including the Emmy-nominated 82nd Academy Awards, “Step Up 4: Revolution,” “Step Up 5: All In,” “Dancing with the Stars,” “America’s Best Dance Crew.”His exciting and inventive choreography can also be seen in the acclaimed Microsoft “Surface/Surface Pro” tablet commercials, and the viral hit “Safety Video” for Virgin America. In 2015, Chrischoreographed a cast of 1,500 dancers for the closing ceremony of the inaugural European Games. Additionally, Chris frequently collaborates with Disney and choreographed the record-breaking DisneyChannel Original movie, “Teen Beach Movie,” the sequel, “Teen Beach Movie 2,” the TV movie “Z-O-M-B-I-E-S,” and the TV series, “Austin & Ally.”

Beyond his skills as a choreographer, Chris was an associate producer, choreographer and director of the first online dance adventure, “The LXD: The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers.” The LXD has performed live for “Dancing With The Stars,” the GLEE Tour, the 82nd Annual Oscars, TED Talk, and The Conan O’Brian Show.