Tracy Phillips

From stage to screen, Tracy’s unique style and vision has touched people all over the world.  Throughout the years she has been able to express her diverse creativity while working with an eclectic mix of talented artists. In addition, her innovative choreography has created much buzz within the entertainment industry making her the “go to” choreographer for sexy and edgy.

On stage, Tracy’s choreography has been nothing less than thrilling, daring and provocative.  Ranging from the Victoria’s Secret fashion show; The Grammy Awards and concert tours for Spice Girls, Marilyn Manson, Prince, Gwen Stefani and the much talked about and controversial Adam Lambert performance at the 2009 American Music Awards.  

Most recently, she had all of Los Angeles talking with her latest live endeavor “Harlow Gold” a gritty, sexy burlesque show which took place the last two Thursdays of the month at Harvelle’s in Santa Monica. Not only was everyone lining up trying to get a seat at this must-see show but the critics were taking notice as well.  The Los Angeles Times said her choreography was “fearless” and proclaimed “If you’re not mentally, physically and spiritually wrung out by the end of the evening, then you were already dead before you even walked through the door.”

On screen, she has had the privilege of choreographing for artists including:  Green Day, Will.i.Am, Fiona Apple, Eurthymics, Evanescence, Sugarland, B52’s and My Chemical Romance.  Not only has she conquered the music industry but she has an impressive body of work within the film and commercial worlds.  Her work on the big screen can be seen in films such as “Charlie Wilson’s War,” “Jack Ass 2” and the unforgettable scene in “ (500) Days of Summer” that has Joseph Gordon-Levitt dance along to the song “You Make My Dreams Come True” by Hall & Oates.  She was nominated for a Fred Astaire Award for Best Choreography in the burlesque film “Make it Happen.”  Tracy’s work can be seen in the film “Water for Elephants” starring Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson.  Her commercial credits include: Sunny Delight, Pizza Hut, Big Lots, Dodge, Alcatel, Target, Old Navy, Guitar Hero, Taco Bell, Kmart and Gap.

Before achieving success, Tracy began choreographing as a kid in the parking lot of her hometown dance studio in Denver.  It is there that she formed a strong passion and creative eye for dance which is evident in all of her work.