You may have seen Luam Keflezgy’s work in a music video once or twice. Yes, that’s because she’s the mastermind choreographer behind the dance-off in Beyoncé’s “Run the World (Girls)” music video, and she’s responsible for Kelly Rowland’s sensual moves in the video for “Motivation.” Keflezgy can also add Michelle Obama, Britney Spears, and John Legend to the long list of big names she’s worked with.
Luam Keflezgy has been dancing her whole life, but it was in her 20s that she realized that she could turn her hobby into an actual career that would lead her to working on videos and tours with the likes of Rihanna, Alicia Keys, Beyoncé, and Janelle Monae. For one who started out in the medical and tech industries, Luam has used her passion for dance to create a full-fledged career as a hip-hop choreographer.
With a YouTube audience producing over 28 million views and a loyal following; Luam is a global sensation in dance and choreography.
She has obtained cult popularity among the dance community all over the world, with her teachings and passion for dance spreading inspiration.
Luam works with international selling artists, she has choreographed and co-directed world tours with sell-out audiences of over 50k for icons in foreign countries.
Luam was named Most Stylish New Yorker by Time Out Magazine and also nominated for Best Choreography by Dance Track Magazine for her work with Above the Influence commercials.
As the creator of Rock the Industry and a member of the Creative Council for ‘Pencils of Promise’, she seeks new ways and opportunities to effect change.
Through her work, teachings and mentoring in the entertainment industry and beyond, Luam works to promote spiritual resilience & resistance and advocates for those overcoming all obstacles to do so.
Luam encourages others to pursue their dreams with determination, humility, and hope in the face of difficult life decisions and choices.
Culled from Luamworld and Okay Africa