Jermaine Browne - Honorary Consultant & Artistic Director

Jermaine Browne is a well-known and sought after international Choreographer, Artistic Director Movement Coach, Teacher and Model, renowned for his ability to gracefully blend strength and sensual movements that are big, powerful and at time emotionally driven. Boasted by a roster of clients, from the London Olympic Gamers to Louis Vuitton, as well as a number of notable artists from legendary rock star, Mick Jagger to Jennifer Lopez, Jermaine Browne’s ability to Artistically Direct and Choreograph does not even begin to scratch the surface of his unique artistry. 

Jermaine’s career took off when he was discovered as a performer in a Blockbuster/Visa commercial with Cindy Crawford, which led to other commercials with the Gap, Nike and Toyota and later came the video creations for Christina Aguilera’s  “Genie in a Bottle” and Jennifer Lopez’s music video “Love Don’t Cost a Thing.” Success in music videos allowed Jermaine to contribute to the 2005 European MTV Music Awards, including the holographic performance of the Gorillas and Host, Borat.  

Jermaine’s signature style captivated the attention of celebrity fashion designers across the world.  He was recruited to choreograph/direct short films for global fashion house Louis Vuitton and Marc Bouwer, Carolina Herrera, and Rachel Roy. As a result, he earned an accolade for Best Film at La Jolla Fashion Film Awards. He has cultivated unique projects like a dance for The Heineken “Green Synergy” international campaign. 

Jermaine has worked as Movement Coach for actress Emily Blunt and Kate Hudson, Dance Curator for hotel Yotel further expanding his unique approach to creative dance. His unique vision has ushered in collaborations such as on Leona Lewis’ Labyrinth tour in the UK and in the last seven years he developed, directed & choreographed for the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, which included performances with Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj, just to name a few. 

In 2011, Jermaine Browne collaborated with fashion designer Dominic Louis to develop a fashion line inspired by dance. The 15-piece capsule collection is an extension of Jermaine’s inventive attitude towards a life full of dance, movement and creativity. 

By 2012, Jermaine was lending his talents to the Olympic Games and curated artistic pieces for the opening of the tennis tournament, the Men and Women’s Basket Ball finals, half time show as well as Kellogg’s tour of gymnastic champions, featuring US Olympic champions, like Gabrielle Douglas. He was choreographer, member of the directing team and joined the act to “wow” the audience.

In 2013, He choreographed a special performance on USA, The Voice and was the Movement Coach for Rock Icon, Mick Jagger’s performance on SNL to name a few. There is just no limit to his ingenious creativity!