Neil “Dradle” Schwartz has been dancing since the age of seven. After graduating from the University of Maryland and moving to NYC, he has had the privilege to work with Rhapsody James, Luam, Lisette, Chonique, Eric Jenkins and more. He has choreographed for artists such as Push Play Dnay B, Bosco, Wynter Gordon, Rome Fortune Mateo and more. He has also had the opportunity to assist Luam on Monica Rush, Artist M.E., was production assistant for Dawn Richards, and assistant choreographer for Icona Pop on Americas Got Talent and David Letterman. He was hand selected to choreograph the launch of Pharrell Williams fragrance girl for Sephora. He was also an assistant choreographer with Lisette Bustamante on Girl Generation Hikkup. Neil was hand selected to work with actor Channing Tatum as a contributing choreographer Co-Choreographer for the flashmob seen on The Today Show in promotion for Warner Brothers Magic Mike. He has also traveled to Hawaii, Peru, Mexico, Brazil, Croatia, Sweden, Switzerland, Vienna, and Italy teaching workshops and was a recipient at the Young Choreographers festival in 2010 and as a returning guest artist in 2011. In 2011 he joined the judging panel for the World Of Dance tour and now teaches at Broadway Dance Center in NY. His choreography can be seen on The Today Show, Good Morning America, NBC Live, World of Dance LA, Carnival Choreographers ball (NY/LA), Rhapsody James presents Sirens After Dark and more.