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“Keva's choreography is fresh, fun, and accessible: a blend of multiple styles and infused with a genuine response to the music and the idea.”  —Jillian Meyers


Keva Walker (they/them) is a choreographer, performer, and teacher based in Los Angeles. They choreographed such films as Sasie Sealy’s Lucky Grandma (official selection of the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival) and Leslie Foster’s Etude #1 (official selection of the La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival).

Walker has guided actors through on-set movement direction for artists STF and Scout Durwood; choreographed music videos with musicians Nora Rothman, Abby Diamond, Bad Wolfy, and Joe George; and assisted choreographer Stacy Walker on Toyota commercials. 

As a performer, Walker appeared live with Tiësto, Calvin Harris, and Armin Van Burren; danced in music videos with Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, and Coldplay; and appeared as both actor and dancer in Euphoria (HBO), Hit the Floor (BET), and Fast & Furious 7.

Walker’s lifelong training in ballet, tap, and jazz has led to professional teaching stints in Los Angeles, Chicago, Florida, and China, specializing in vogue femme, contemporary, and multiple styles of footwork. Knowing that dance improves self-esteem, self-sufficiency, and overall health and fitness, Walker is grateful to have worked as a lead instructor with the non-profit Fostering Dreams Project, which focuses on underserved communities and foster youth. They continue teaching the CUT-A-RUG dance classes in Los Angeles and takes pride in cultivating inclusive spaces for everyone to be themselves in.   

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