Amber-Lilly Baker

Amber-Lilly, is a So. Cal. native, born and raised in Palm Springs CA. Her love for performance and dance began at age 5 and never stopped. During the summers off from high school Amber would travel to Los Angeles to train at the Debbie Allen Dance Academy, Milennium Dance Complex and Edge Performing Arts center. It was at that time she knew she wanted to move to LA after graduation and pursue her career in dance. After spending just one year training in Los Angeles Amber began working with some of the top Artist and Choreographers in the business. Amber has danced in Music Videos alongside artists such as, Gwen Stefani, Kelly Rowland, Nate Ruess, Black Eyed Peas, Latoya Jackson and Leon Thomas. Her TV and Film Credits include; Beyonce's MTV Vanguard performance at the 2014 VMAS, several episodes in the hit show Glee, A grammy special with Gwen Stefani, and the recent feature film "High Strung" where she not only danced but was also the assistant choreographer under Dave Scott. Amber has completed a residency in Las Vegas performing in CeeLo Green's "Loberace" under direction of Fatima Robinson. A few other live performances include, dancing and traveling for top DJ Skrillex, Electric Daisy Carnival, Ultra Music Festival, Chiva Girls USA and a Wella Hair show. In 2013 Amber was given the privilege to become a full-time assistant under Hip-hop choreographer Dave Scott. During her time as an assistant she has gone to Australia to teach at a traveling dance workshop with Dave and other choreographers such as Laurieann Gibson and Gil Duldulao. She also taught with Dave many times at the Pulse Dance Convention around the U.S. She has assisted on the Fox prime time dance show “So You Think You Can Dance”, and again on the feature film "High Strung". Since assisting Dave Scott, Amber has begun her own journey in choreography. She has choreographed her first solo project on the HTC cellphone commercial "the One" , and Fashion Weeks "Cat Walk for Charity" event. Amber feels so blessed to do what she loves and call it work!