As featured on America's Got Talent, internationally renowned artist Marc Brewer, based in NYC, USA, is one of the world’s most sought-after Afro-Latin Dance instructors, performers, choreographers, and judges. Certified through Broadway Dance Center’s rigorous training program in NYC with a concentration in ballet, and additionally certified in 9 American style competitive ballroom dances, dances in the Afro-Latin genre are his specialty and main focus with extensive training and experience in Salsa, Bachata, Dancesport Cabaret (Lifts, Dips, and Tricks), Brazilian Zouk, and Kizomba. Years of directed study and practice has lead to the development of the Brewer Method, a comprehensive theory and system of partner dancing that explores the convergence of connection, improvisation, and performance technique. The Brewer Method, with foundations in anatomy, imagery, physics, and dance theory, identifies seven elements of quality dancing: Lead/Follow Technique, Organic Appearance, Emotional Embodiment, Dynamic Expression, Narrative Communication, Sensuous Stimulation, and Therapeutic Intent. Marc has also rapidly left his mark on the competitive Afro-Latin dance world with recent world championship wins and finalist placements at the 2016 International Bachata Fusion Championship in Albacete, Spain (1st), the 2016 World Salsa Open in Puerto Rico (8th), the 2016 Ultimate Latin Dance Championship Bachata Competition in Las Vegas (1st), the 2016 World Salsa Summit Rising Star Salsa Cabaret (1st) and Rising Star Bachata Cabaret competitions in Miami (1st), the 2013 American Kizomba Open in New Jersey (1st), the 2013 International Kizomba Open in Madrid (3rd), and the 2014 Toronto Bachata Congress Kings of Bachata Competition (2nd). Marc also starred alongside Sara Lopez in Daniel Santa Cruz's critically acclaimed Kizomba music video “Lento” which currently has over 65 million views on youtube. In addition Marc has twice been awarded the Fujairah Latin Festival “Best Show Award”, twice awarded the Toronto Bachata Congress “Director’s Choice Award”, and won 1st place in the Professional Division in the Zoukality Artistic Challenge at the New York Zouk Festival. Marc has also been honored to judge international Afro Latin Dance Competitions including the Olympiads of Kizomba, Sydney Latin Dance Festival Competition, and the Dia Internacional de la Bachata Competition in Monterrey, Mexico. With performances and workshops taught in Tokyo, London, Moscow, Sydney, Luanda, Bucharest, Fujairah, Paris, Copenhagen, Madrid, Quebec City, Prague, Vancouver, Reykjavik, Honolulu, Montreal, San Juan, and more....2018 is looking to be the biggest year yet for this international star!