Clyde Evans, Jr. has been dancing hip-hop since age 11. Performing dance has taken him all over the world to places such as Africa, Italy, London, Brazil, France, Finland, and Australia and allowed him to perform with stars like Will Smith, Jay Leno, Haley Berry, Mark Wahlberg, Robert Redford, Michelle Pfeiffer, Bruce Willis, and M. Night Shyamalan, as well as appearing in commercials for the Superbowl, dance contest on BET, So You Think You Can Dance, performances for the X-Games, and Sunny D as well as magazine and other print media. He has trained dancers who have appeared on America’s Best Dance Crew and in the Step Up movie franchise. Evans now instructs at both Montgomery Community College and Drexel University in the Philadelphia area. As the Director of Education for the International Museum of Dance located in the Bay Area, Evans is excited to expand his universal knowledge and support and champion west coast hip-hop dancers and fans.