Meet our Team of Dance Instructors
FOUNDER & DIRECTOR
Jacky started dancing to Hip Hop in his NUS days under NUS Dance Blast. For more than 10 years, he has coached a few hundred students under his direct tutorship – within his studios, at pre-schools, MOE schools, tertiary institutes, government and private entities. Overtime he has also groomed many of his students to become instructors themselves.
Sean started dancing at age 15, beginning with a style called ‘Popping’. He then moved on to other styles of Hip-Hop, and was under direct tutorship of Mr Jacky Lim, the director of DF. Over time he began to compete in various competitions, and became mentor of the group ‘Escape’ which placed in the top 2 for many street dance and K-Pop competitions. He is also the mentor for ‘Gen.Z’ which placed 1st is Pulse Street dance. Sean also currently has few group under his mentorship which he trains for events and competitions.
At age 3, Ashleigh started learning Ballet, Drama and Theatric activities at the school ‘The Theatre Practice’. She continued dancing in primary and secondary school, and eventually became Vice-Chairperson of her school’s Traditional Chinese Dance CCA. Throughout this time she did countless school and external performances and also expanded into other genres such as Hip-Hop, Jazz, Modern and Contemporary dance. While in Ngee Ann Polytechnic she joined their Hip Hop Club ‘New Revolving Age’ (NRA).
Chewy started her dance journey at SP dance club, Strictly Dance Zone (SDZ) at the age of 17, focusing mainly on hip hop, street Jazz and kpop. After graduating, she continued to partake in SIM dance club, Dreamwerkz (DWZ). Throughout these years, she has joined numerous performance and competitions inside and outside of school. Furthermore, she is a dance instructor of SST dance club currently and she has taken up quite a number of dance projects all these years. For example, she choreographed twice for SIM annual dance production, coaching of enrichment programs, helping out in various companies’ dinner and dance and etc.
Pink started dancing at age 13, as a Chinese dancer in her secondary school. She started taking up classes at DF under Mr Jacky Lim and Orange when she was 16, and was also in Singapore Polytechnic’s dance club Strictly Dance Zone, where she did Modern Dance and also performed for their annual production, ‘Waves 15’. She was also a dancer on a Mediacorp drama series ‘A Tale of Two Cities’.
Denise started dancing at the age of 13, as a Chinese/Modern Dancer in her secondary school. She then started learning hip hop under Mr Jacky Lim at the age of 15. In poly, she was in Temasek Polytechnic Dance Ensemble (TPDE) where she was exposed to other genres such as House, Street Jazz, Popping, etc. She represented TPDE in competitions such as Super24 in year 2017, 2018, and 2019. She also represented TPDE in several performances and productions throughout her 3 years in poly. She has been representing DFA in competitions such as Dansa Mania (finalist), Upgrade (first runner up), PULSE (first runner up), etc. She is self-motivated and has a strong passion for dance as she drills and trains everyday to constantly improving herself.
Orange started dancing when she was 18. In her polytechnic days, was actively involved in events and joined many competitions such as Suntec Dance Competition 2004, 2005 and 2007, Funkamania 2005-2008, and many others. Her crew also represented Singapore in Melbourne, Australia, for an international dance competition ‘Battlegrounds 2007’, where they were placed fourth. Orange has also gone to Hong Kong for training (exchange program) under Instructor Rico.
Kevin started dancing at age 15. He got the inspiration to dance from his idol, Harry Shum Jr. Beginning with Hip-Hop, he started taking more classes as his interest in dance grew. Having been a fan of K-Pop for a long time, he joined Korea Dance Wave as his CCA in school, and performed for school events such as CCA fair and Emblazon 2014.
Alex Ow is no stranger to the Street Dance community. He started dancing when he was in Ngee Ann Polytechnic and has been dancing for almost 18 years now.
Alex was trained by the best teachers in the field, both locally and overseas. He was trained by talented, well-respected local instructors, Patrick Loo and Ann Tan. In 2008, he went to United States (New York and Los Angeles) to further his dance training and was awarded “Outstanding Student Award” in Broadway Dance Center, New York City and “The Pulse Scholarship Award” at The Pulse Convention, New York City. He was even invited to teach workshops in Germany, Mexico and California, USA. Alex has also been to Japan and Australia to train.
Not only is Alex trained in Hip Hop, he also underwent training in Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary and Salsa, thus making him an all-rounded dancer / performer.
He has performed for several local and international artiste like Sun Ho, Wang Lee Hom and Coco Lee, just to name a few.
Being a veteran in the industry, Alex also had a couple of competitive championships under his belt.