Brandee Stuart, co-founder of Concept Video Camp, began her dance training at the age of 9 in West Palm Beach Florida where she studied such styles as ballet, tap, jazz, and acrobatics at John’s Mullen’s Performing Arts Center. It is there that she won numerous awards under the competitive team JAMPAC. This is when Brandee recognized her talent and devoted her life to dance. From there, Brandee attended A.W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts and then later on pursued a B.A. in Psychology and a Minor in Dance form George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Since then, Brandee has committed to have an impact on the dance community around the DC/Baltimore Metro area, as her free-style is unique and widely recognized in the club dance community. She co-founded one of the area’s first freestyle crews, Salacious Funk, who had the opportunity to open for Dirty Vegas. Later on she became the only female member of Boogie Knightz, a nationally recognized popping, locking and freestyle group who you might have seen dancing for Washington Wizards basketball team. Later on she became a dancer for the internationally known hip-hop troupe - Culture Shock (DC Chapter) alongside some of the industry’s best choreographers such as Tony Czar, Lyle Beniga and JoJo Diggs. In 2008, Brandee was responsible for the development Jamz Dance Center in Pasadena, Maryland which welcomed dancers of all styles and genres. Brandee was nominated for Choreographer of the Year by Headlines National Dance Competition and won many choreographer awards through various dance competitions. In 2012 Brandee was hired to choreograph a web based commercial for AT&T. She was also nominated Captain of the USA Team to attend World Hip Hop Dance Championships in Germany through the United States Dance Sport Federation. Brandee has been dancing, teaching and choreographing for over 25 years and will continue to share her passion for years to come.