Aimee Lee Lucas started as a performer and is now a successful business woman who has created endless amounts of opportunity for herself and others. She started as an assistant choreographer in Korea for Uhm Jung Hwa which later lead her to work with Big Bang, Tae Yang, G-Dragon, Se7en, and 2NE1. She has performed next to some of the largest male soloists of YG Entertainment including Se7en, Tae Yang, and G-Dragon as the lead girl in “Them Girls”, “Sinner”, “My Girl”, and “Breathe”. While living in Korea, she choreographed Park Bom’s single “You and I” and the staging for G-Dragon’s first solo concert Heartbreaker. When Aimee returned to Los Angeles she was hired as Executive Vice President of Artist Management for a company who managed choreographers working internationally. After, she was hired to create the international division of Dance Educators and Choreographers for The Movement Talent Agency. In September 2012, MNET hired her as the creative director of the “Gangnam Style” Flash Mob that brought over a 1,000 people. This lead to a feature in ABC Channel’s Nightline who showcased the wave of PSY’s “Gangnam Style” in the United States. Aimee is the founder and teacher of M.V.P. (Music Video Party) K-pop Dance Class. Her dream is to take these classes internationally and to be a role model to young women around the world.